Department of Food and Resource Economics

  • Korea, Republic of

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Social Sciences

irrigation
water management
productivity
production factor
farm
willingness to pay
water
political institution
entropy
regional difference
homeowner
OECD
biofuel
liberalization
energy
producer
sustainability
purchase
industry
income
demand
production function
democratization
labor
economics
stock market
regression
entrepreneurship
conservation
human capital
supply
incentive
substitution
financial reform
research and development
energy policy
capital accumulation
shortage
market
bill
income distribution
production process
landscape management
interconnection
expenditures
savings
banking
energy saving
livelihood
linear model
evidence
agriculture
habits
lack
wage
firm
flexibility
reform

Earth & Environmental Sciences

homeowner
willingness to pay
water management
ethanol
irrigation
valuation
mining industry
entropy
rice
biofuel
carbon dioxide
sustainability
fertilizer
irrigation system
productivity
economics
labor
uranium
energy
incentive
water
farm
water use
market
discrete choice analysis
substitution
energy market
panel data
energy policy
dynamic analysis
weather station
livestock
greenhouse gas
purchase
wage
maize
effect
demand
labelling
nuclear fuel
contract
evapotranspiration
ecosystem
savings
urbanization
agriculture
fertilizer application
urban area
soil moisture
drinking water

Business & Economics

Futures prices
Price effects
Household
Fertilizer
Corn
Decomposition
Factors
Pork
Substitution effect
Willingness-to-pay
Korea
Labeling
Nonlinear dynamics
Chaos
Price limits
Conditional heteroskedasticity
Interfuel substitution
Industry
Economic sustainability
Carbon dioxide emissions
Demand systems
Petroleum
Mining industry
Biofuels
Consumer preferences
Crops
Resource allocation
Livestock
Cross section
Impulse response
Propensity
Farm
Financial liberalization
Food consumption
Political institutions
Productivity
Income inequality
Input demand