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Agent-Based Modelling for the Adoption of Beneficial Water Management Practices in Eastern Canada - a Case of the Cost-Share Program in Agri-Environmental Policy Design
Beneficial water management practices (BWMPs) are farm management practices with environmental benefits of mitigating adverse impacts generated from conventional tile drainage. However, the adoption of BWMPs typically reflects the dilemma of agri-environmental technologies: although there are high social benefits, low private incentives mainly prevent technology adoption by farmers. Due to micro-level studies' limitations of using the econometric models from the ex-post perspective and absencedoi:10.22004/ag.econ.315340 fatcat:oicssmasvffexaxdrywxdm66zi