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de Wit, C.T., Department of Theoretical Production Ecology, Agricultural University, PO Box 430, Wageningen, Netherlands
van Keulen, H., Centre for Agrobiological Research (CABO), PO Box 14, Wageningen, Netherlands
Seligman, N.G., Agricultural Research Organisation, PO Box 6, Beth Dagan, Israel
Spharim, I., Agricultural Research Organisation, PO Box 6, Beth Dagan, Israel
This paper describes a method of investigating development possibilities for a region under various constraints and demands. Use is made of an interactive multiple goal linear programming technique. The method is illustrated with an example from a semi-arid zone in the Mediterranean Basin. It is concluded that the method can help to decide on feasible development pathways within a wide range of technical and socio-economic scenarios, and so explore the 'margins for policy'. It enables communication between politics, planning and research and can therefore serve as a tool for more efficient development planning. © 1988.
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Application of interactive multiple goal programming techniques for analysis and planning of regional agricultural development
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de Wit, C.T., Department of Theoretical Production Ecology, Agricultural University, PO Box 430, Wageningen, Netherlands
van Keulen, H., Centre for Agrobiological Research (CABO), PO Box 14, Wageningen, Netherlands
Seligman, N.G., Agricultural Research Organisation, PO Box 6, Beth Dagan, Israel
Spharim, I., Agricultural Research Organisation, PO Box 6, Beth Dagan, Israel
Application of interactive multiple goal programming techniques for analysis and planning of regional agricultural development
This paper describes a method of investigating development possibilities for a region under various constraints and demands. Use is made of an interactive multiple goal linear programming technique. The method is illustrated with an example from a semi-arid zone in the Mediterranean Basin. It is concluded that the method can help to decide on feasible development pathways within a wide range of technical and socio-economic scenarios, and so explore the 'margins for policy'. It enables communication between politics, planning and research and can therefore serve as a tool for more efficient development planning. © 1988.
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