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Flexible quota constraints in positive mathematical programming models

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Traditional deterministic programming models do not simulate any change of quota-limited decision variables as long as the quota have positive quota rents. However, in practice a quota constraint is rarely exactly binding because the decision variables are stochastic. This papers presents a simple model extension to integrate quota flexibility in mathematical programming models to simulate the observed over- and underuse of quota. The theory is confirmed by three different cases of quota systems in the EU agriculture: dairy quota, sugar quota and manure emission rights. The dairy quota flexibility model is applied to simulate the impact of the soft landing of the EU dairy quota system
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Common Agricultural Policy., Positive Mathematical Programming, farm model, flexibility, Quota

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Buysse, Jeroen et al. “Flexible Quota Constraints in Positive Mathematical Programming Models.” EAAE Seminar, 107th, Proceedings. 2008. Print.
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Buysse, Jeroen, Van der Straeten, B., Claeys, D., Lauwers, L., Marchand, F., & Van Huylenbroeck, G. (2008). Flexible quota constraints in positive mathematical programming models. EAAE Seminar, 107th, Proceedings. Presented at the 107th EAAE seminar : Modelling of agricultural and rural development policies.
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Buysse, Jeroen, Bart Van der Straeten, Dakerlia Claeys, Ludwig Lauwers, Fleur Marchand, and Guido Van Huylenbroeck. 2008. “Flexible Quota Constraints in Positive Mathematical Programming Models.” In EAAE Seminar, 107th, Proceedings.
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Buysse, Jeroen, Bart Van der Straeten, Dakerlia Claeys, Ludwig Lauwers, Fleur Marchand, and Guido Van Huylenbroeck. 2008. “Flexible Quota Constraints in Positive Mathematical Programming Models.” In EAAE Seminar, 107th, Proceedings.
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Buysse J, Van der Straeten B, Claeys D, Lauwers L, Marchand F, Van Huylenbroeck G. Flexible quota constraints in positive mathematical programming models. EAAE Seminar, 107th, Proceedings. 2008.
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J. Buysse, B. Van der Straeten, D. Claeys, L. Lauwers, F. Marchand, and G. Van Huylenbroeck, “Flexible quota constraints in positive mathematical programming models,” in EAAE Seminar, 107th, Proceedings, Sevilla, Spain, 2008.
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  abstract     = {Traditional deterministic programming models do not simulate any change of quota-limited decision variables as long as the quota have positive quota rents. However, in practice a quota constraint is rarely exactly binding because the decision variables are stochastic. This papers presents a simple model extension to integrate quota flexibility in mathematical programming models to simulate the observed over- and underuse of quota. The theory is confirmed by three different cases of quota systems in the EU agriculture: dairy quota, sugar quota and manure emission rights. The dairy quota flexibility model is applied to simulate the impact of the soft landing of the EU dairy quota system},
  author       = {Buysse, Jeroen and Van der Straeten, Bart and Claeys, Dakerlia and Lauwers, Ludwig and Marchand, Fleur and Van Huylenbroeck, Guido},
  booktitle    = {EAAE Seminar, 107th, Proceedings},
  keywords     = {Common Agricultural Policy.,Positive Mathematical Programming,farm model,flexibility,Quota},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Sevilla, Spain},
  pages        = {13},
  title        = {Flexible quota constraints in positive mathematical programming models},
  url          = {http://ageconsearch.umn.edu/bitstream/6640/2/sp08bu18.pdf},
  year         = {2008},
}