Understanding Factors Affecting Public Support for Precision Agriculture

By Domenico Parisi, Michael Taquino and Steven Michael Grice.

Published by The Sustainability Collection

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Is the public willing to support subsidization of precision agriculture? To address this question, we use the collective interest model to examine factors affecting public support for precision agriculture technology.

Keywords: Precision Agriculture, Collective Interest

International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Volume 1, Issue 2, pp.169-176. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 848.640KB).

Dr Domenico Parisi

His research agenda has focused on factors that promote or thwart community sustainable development, the impact of welfare policy on the social and economic viability of communities, and workforce development in rural America.

Michael Taquino

His current research includes the analysis of environmental and community data using geographic information systems and the management of administrative datasets to examine workforce and economic development initiatives.

Dr. Steven Michael Grice

His current research focuses on the development of an integrated performance and accountability information system to facilitate seamless data sharing in order to assist local, regional, and state agencies involved in economic and workforce development.


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