The subject addresses the application of financial business management, economic and risk management principles to decision making in agribusiness and agricultural systems. Major areas of study include: agribusiness management and decision making principles; managing risk and decision making under uncertainty; historical and projected agribusiness productivity and financial analysis; benchmarking & best practise analysis; analysing and acquiring capital resources; and accounting for sustainability and environmental agribusiness assets. The subject also develops a framework on how to assess and measure risk, and formulate strategies to reduce it from a qualitative and quantitative perspective. The influence of the decision maker through individual bias and decision making heuristics are also examined.
School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences
AHT231 Agricultural Finance and Business Management
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