Posts Tagged "Rural Credit"

Comparative analysis between the agricultural credit market in Brazil and in the United States

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Article Published in Academic Magazine Organizações Rurais & Agroindustriais, Lavras, v. 14, n. 1, p. 76-90, 2012 Authors: Luciana Florêncio de Almeida e Decio Zylbersztajn ABSTRACT The present study enrolled a comparative and qualitative analysis of the rural credit strategies in Brazil and in the United States of America through the lens of the theoretical frame of the New Institutional Economics combined with the contemporary literature about strategy. The results...

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The determinants of capital structure choice for soybean production in Brazil

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Authors: Luciana Florêncio de Almeida, Decio Zylbersztajn – 2007 Abstract: The Brazilian agrifood sector has experienced substantial, export-led growth since the mid-1990’s, with notable contribution from the soy complex. Therefore Brazil still has some relevant limitations for its national agribusiness agenda and according to Chaddad and Jank (2006) the volatility of macroeconomic policies, which includes high interest rates and over evaluation of the real exchange rate,...

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Estratégias para mitigação de riscos pós-contratuais: estudo dos contratos de crédito agrícola

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Abstract: Considering the associated risks embedded in the very nature of the agricultural activity and the existence of institucional failures mainly related to the insurance and financial markets in the rural scenario, the agricultural credit suffers the same constraints imposed to the other markets in Brazil. Posed in this frame, the contracts perform the role of balance mechanisms between ex-ante and ex-post contractual risks related to the rural credit transaction. Hybrid forms of...

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