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1. The coefficient of variation is the standard deviation divided by the average for the period. 2. Except for Japan, where it is workers’ households. T pr) Secretariat’s calculations based on national statistics; GDP deflator from OECD IhvhyÃ6pp database. Update from OECD (2003h). +RZ ODUJH DUH LQFRPH GLVSDULWLHV" Many factors such as region, the structural characteristics of the farm and the household, and the economic environment, in particular the opportunities for off-farm earnings, affect the total income of farm households.
Consequently the flow of results is likely to be uneven, at least until such time as a strong political signal is given by policy makers of the utility of this information. Some methodological developments under consideration to improve the quality of results have already been mentioned (the possibility of using a “single budget” household unit and a simplified measure of income). However, a major issue has arisen through the planned enlargement of the EU and the introduction of significant numbers of large scale-agricultural units that have their own legal status and that are far removed from the “family farm model” underlying IAHS statistics (and many others).
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Agricultural and Rural Development Policies in the Baltic Countries (Emerging Economies Transition) by Eric Burgeat, Stefan Tangermann