Agricultural economics, Data envelopment analysis, Agriculture, Econometrics and Production are his primary areas of study. His Agricultural economics study combines topics in areas such as Crop, Arable land, Livestock, Organic farming and Agricultural policy. His Data envelopment analysis study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Technological change, Inefficiency, Pesticide, Productivity and Industrial organization.
His work deals with themes such as Agronomy, Land use, Climate change, Adaptive capacity and Agricultural science, which intersect with Agriculture. The study incorporates disciplines such as Optimal stopping, Microeconomics, Investment and Shadow price in addition to Econometrics. His study looks at the relationship between Production and topics such as Sample, which overlap with Social psychology and Affect.
Alfons Oude Lansink mostly deals with Agriculture, Production, Agricultural economics, Econometrics and Data envelopment analysis. His research in Agriculture intersects with topics in Optimal stopping, Volatility, Environmental resource management and Probit model. The concepts of his Production study are interwoven with issues in Productivity and Agricultural science.
Alfons Oude Lansink works mostly in the field of Agricultural economics, limiting it down to concerns involving Subsidy and, occasionally, Livestock. His study looks at the intersection of Econometrics and topics like Investment with Capital. His Data envelopment analysis research incorporates elements of Sample, Industrial organization and Inefficiency.
His primary scientific interests are in Inefficiency, Production, Data envelopment analysis, Econometrics and Investment. His research in Inefficiency intersects with topics in Sample, Allocative efficiency and Industrial organization. His Production study incorporates themes from Reproduction, Consumption, Arable land and Agricultural science.
Alfons Oude Lansink combines subjects such as Corporate sustainability, Panel data and Scale with his study of Data envelopment analysis. Alfons Oude Lansink has researched Econometrics in several fields, including Theory of reasoned action and Greenhouse gas. His studies deal with areas such as Access to finance and Agricultural economics as well as Agriculture.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Inefficiency, Production, Agriculture, Data envelopment analysis and Microeconomics. He works mostly in the field of Inefficiency, limiting it down to topics relating to Panel data and, in certain cases, Productivity change, Productivity model and Scale. His Production research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Incentive, Latent variable, Subsidy and Agricultural science.
In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Agriculture, Life-cycle assessment, Agricultural economics and Principal component analysis is strongly linked to Sustainability. His research integrates issues of Component analysis and Environmental economics in his study of Data envelopment analysis. His Microeconomics research includes themes of Dynamic efficiency and Industrial organization, Manufacturing firms.
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Performance measurement in agri‐food supply chains: a case study
Lusine H. Aramyan;Alfons G.J.M. Oude Lansink;Jack G.A.J. van der Vorst;Olaf van Kooten.
Supply Chain Management (2007)
Adaptation to climate change and climate variability in European agriculture: The importance of farm level responses
Pytrik Reidsma;Frank Ewert;Frank Ewert;Alfons Oude Lansink;Rik Leemans.
European Journal of Agronomy (2010)
Efficiency and productivity of conventional and organic farms in Finland 1994-1997.
Alfons Oude Lansink;Kyösti Pietola;Stefan Thorolf Bäckman.
European Review of Agricultural Economics (2002)
Economic analysis of anaerobic digestion - A case of Green power biogas plant in The Netherlands
Solomie A. Gebrezgabher;Miranda P.M. Meuwissen;Bram A.M. Prins;Alfons G.J.M. Oude Lansink.
Njas-wageningen Journal of Life Sciences (2010)
Analysis of Seed Potato Systems in Ethiopia
Adane Hirpa;Adane Hirpa;Miranda P. M. Meuwissen;Agajie Tesfaye;Willemien J. M. Lommen.
American Journal of Potato Research (2010)
Impact of CAP Subsidies on Technical Efficiency of Crop Farms in Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden
Xueqin Zhu;Alfons Oude Lansink.
Journal of Agricultural Economics (2010)
Farmer response to policies promoting organic farming technologies in Finland
Kyösti S. Pietola;Alfons Oude Lansink.
European Review of Agricultural Economics (2001)
FSSIM, a bio-economic farm model for simulating the response of EU farming systems to agricultural and environmental policies
Kamel Louhichi;Argyris Kanellopoulos;Sander Janssen;Guillermo Flichman.
Agricultural Systems (2010)
The Source of Productivity Growth in Dutch Agriculture: A Perspective from Finance
Guan Zhengfei;Alfons Oude Lansink.
American Journal of Agricultural Economics (2006)
Understanding farmers’ intention to adopt improved natural grassland using the theory of planned behavior
João Augusto Rossi Borges;Alfons G.J.M. Oude Lansink;Claudio Marques Ribeiro;Vanessa Lutke.
Livestock Science (2014)
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