Estimation of Production Functions using Average Data

@inproceedings{Salois2006EstimationOP,
  title={Estimation of Production Functions using Average Data},
  author={Matthew J. Salois},
  year={2006}
}
Agricultural economists rely on aggregated data at various levels depending on data availability and the econometric techniques employed. However, the implication of aggregation on economic relationships remains an open question. To examine the impact of aggregation on estimation, Monte Carlo techniques and data are employed on production practices. ADDITIONAL 

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