Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, United Kingdom
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Agricultural economics, Marketing, Sample, Duration and Choice modelling. His studies in Agricultural economics integrate themes in fields like Scope, Agriculture, Organic farming and Willingness to pay. The concepts of his Willingness to pay study are interwoven with issues in Gains from trade, Irrigation water, Irrigation, Biotechnology and Water supply.
His Sample research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Multinomial logistic regression, Organic production and Agricultural science. His Duration research incorporates themes from Incentive and Central Highlands. His Choice modelling research includes themes of Food safety, Preference and Food systems.
Michael Burton focuses on Willingness to pay, Econometrics, Choice modelling, Agricultural economics and Environmental resource management. His Willingness to pay research incorporates elements of Value, Marketing and Public economics. His Discrete choice and Econometric model study in the realm of Econometrics connects with subjects such as Mixed logit and Bounded function.
His Choice modelling research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Choice set, Food systems, Food safety, Preference and Wetland. His studies deal with areas such as Agriculture and Production as well as Agricultural economics. Michael Burton has included themes like Recreation and Environmental planning in his Environmental resource management study.
Michael Burton mostly deals with Willingness to pay, Natural resource economics, Econometrics, Environmental resource management and Public economics. His work deals with themes such as Protected area, Recreation, Marketing, Order and Preference, which intersect with Willingness to pay. Michael Burton is involved in the study of Marketing that focuses on Choice modelling in particular.
He focuses mostly in the field of Choice modelling, narrowing it down to matters related to Resource management and, in some cases, Welfare. His Environmental resource management study combines topics in areas such as Biodiversity, Scale and Scope. His research integrates issues of Contingent valuation, Marine management, Contract farming and Discrete choice in his study of Public economics.
His primary areas of investigation include Public economics, Environmental resource management, Endangered species, Choice modelling and Biodiversity. The various areas that Michael Burton examines in his Public economics study include Enforcement, Sustainability and Marine management. Michael Burton has researched Endangered species in several fields, including Biodiversity offsetting, Livelihood, Land use, Environmental planning and National park.
The Choice modelling study combines topics in areas such as Welfare, Resource management and Animal welfare. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Marketing, Social psychology and Wildlife tourism. His biological study deals with issues like Production, which deal with fields such as Preference.
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Constructing a farm level indicator of sustainable agricultural practice
Dan Rigby;Phil Woodhouse;Trevor Young;Michael Burton.
Ecological Economics (2001)
Consumer Attitudes to Genetically Modified Organisms in Food in the UK
Michael Burton;Dan Rigby;Trevor Young;Sallie James.
European Review of Agricultural Economics (2001)
Risk, uncertainty and learning in adoption of a crop innovation
Amir K. Abadi Ghadim;David J. Pannell;Michael P. Burton.
Agricultural Economics (2005)
Analysis of the Determinants of Adoption of Organic Horticultural Techniques in the UK
Michael Burton;Dan Rigby;Trevor Young.
Journal of Agricultural Economics (2008)
Modelling the adoption of organic horticultural technology in the UK using Duration Analysis
Michael P. Burton;Dan Rigby;Trevor Young.
Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics (2003)
The development of and prospects for organic farming in the UK
Dan Rigby;Trevor Young;Michael Burton.
Food Policy (2001)
Factors influencing adoption of conservation tillage in Australian cropping regions
Francis H. D’Emden;Rick S. Llewellyn;Michael P. Burton.
Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics (2008)
Adoption of conservation tillage in Australian Cropping regions: An application of duration analysis
Francis H. D'Emden;Rick S. Llewellyn;Michael P. Burton.
Technological Forecasting and Social Change (2006)
Duration Analysis of Technological Adoption in Ethiopian Agriculture
Leggesse Dadi;Michael Burton;Adam Ozanne.
Journal of Agricultural Economics (2004)
Factors influencing the adoption of sustainable agricultural technologies: Evidence from the state of Espírito Santo, Brazil
H.M. De Souza Filho;T. Young;Michael Burton.
Technological Forecasting and Social Change (1999)
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