Financing Agriculture into the Twenty-First Century

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Tables, Figures, and Boxes vi
  • Foreword viii
  • Preface x
  • Introduction 1
  • Part One - Forces Inducing Change 3
  • 1 - Macroeconomic Factors and International Linkages Affecting the Financing of Agriculture in a World Economy 5
  • Notes 32
  • References 34
  • 2 - Changes in the Farm Sector 39
  • Notes 72
  • References 73
  • Part Two - Future Directions for Agricultural Finance 75
  • 3 - New and Changing Rules of the Game 77
  • References 91
  • 4 - The Emerging Agricultural Lending System 93
  • References 114
  • 5 - Emerging Strategies for Traditional Lenders 115
  • References 131
  • Part Three - Who Will Be the Lenders and What Will They Be Doing? 133
  • 6 - The Role of Federal Credit Programs 135
  • References 160
  • 7 - Emerging Nontraditional Lenders and Products 163
  • Notes 181
  • References 181
  • Part Four - Policy Implications 183
  • 8 - Public and Private Policy Implications 185
  • Notes 210
  • References 211
  • About the Book and Editors 215
  • About the Contributors 218
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