Abstract

The thinking styles of selected Canadian farm managers are identified using the life styles inventory (LSI). The farmers'LSI scores are compared with those of a base sample of nonfarmers, and correlations between the farmers'LSI scores and financial indicators are examined. Results indicate that farmers do thinking differently than nonfarmers and that there are significant correlations between thinking styles and financial measures.

Disciplines

Agribusiness | Agricultural and Resource Economics | Business

Publisher statement

Published by Blackwell Publishing Group.

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URL: http://digitalcommons.calpoly.edu/agb_fac/23