Agent Heterogeneity in Adoption of Anaerobic Digestion Technology: Integrating Economic, Diffusion, and Behavioral Innovation Theories

@article{Bishop2010AgentHI,
  title={Agent Heterogeneity in Adoption of Anaerobic Digestion Technology: Integrating Economic, Diffusion, and Behavioral Innovation Theories},
  author={Clark P. Bishop and C. Shumway and Philip R. Wandschneider},
  journal={Land Economics},
  year={2010},
  volume={86},
  pages={585 - 608}
}
  • Clark P. Bishop, C. Shumway, Philip R. Wandschneider
  • Published 2010
  • Economics
  • Land Economics
  • Anaerobic digestion technology addresses environmental issues of waste disposal and greenhouse gas emission reduction. This paper examines attitudes toward adoption of this conservation technology on dairy farms. To specify an appropriate dependent variable without a large number of adopters, an ordered probit model is constructed. The empirical analysis uses data from a 2006 survey of Pacific Northwest dairy farms. Aggregate variables are constructed based on behavioral economics and… CONTINUE READING

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