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Comparison of cost structure and economic performance of Hawaii and U.S. mainland farms

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Title: Comparison of cost structure and economic performance of Hawaii and U.S. mainland farms
Authors: Arita, Shawn
Naomasa, Emiko
Leung, PingSun
Keywords: economic performance
cost structure
labor
ROA
very large commercial farms
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input
output
unpaid operator

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Issue Date: Mar 2012
Publisher: University of Hawaii
Citation: Arita S, Naomasa E, Leung P. 2012. Comparison of cost structure and economic performance of Hawaii and U.S. mainland farms. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. 20 p. (Economic Issues Series; EI-21).
Series/Report no.: Economic Issues-21
Abstract: This report compares economic performance between Hawai‘i and mainland U.S. agricultural producers in order to assess economic viability and the direction in which Hawai‘i agriculture is heading. It outlines challenges faced by Hawai‘i farms, and considers possible solutions.
Pages/Duration: 20 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/41004
Appears in Collections:Economic Issues, 1997 - present



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