Farmland returns and economic conditions: a FAVAR approach

Kuethe, Todd; Hubbs, Todd; Morehart, Mitch
August 2014
Empirical Economics;Aug2014, Vol. 47 Issue 1, p129
Academic Journal
This study examines the linkages between farmland returns and other market forces including the returns to alternative investments, agricultural sector activity, non-farm real estate, and macroeconomic conditions over the period 1973-2008. The study applies factor-augmented vector autoregression to extract information from a large panel of economic time series. Results suggest that farmland returns are influenced by common trends in the returns to alternative investments and general macroeconomic conditions.


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