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Effects of tariffs and sanitary barriers on high- and low-value poultry trade
(Western Agricultural Economics Association, 2005-04)
A competitive partial-equilibrium spatial model with heterogeneous goods is constructed to evaluate effects of the removal of tariffs, tariff-rate quotas, and sanitary regulations on world poultry trade. The model distinguishes ...
The FAST method: estimating unconditional demand elasticities for processed foods in the presence of fixed effects
(Western Agricultural Economics Association, 2004-08)
This study estimates a set of unconditional own-price and expenditure elasticities across time for 49 processed food categories using scanner data and the FAST multistage demand system with fixed effects across time. ...
Using a bundled amenity model to estimate the value of cropland open space and determine an optimal buffer zone
(Western Agricultural Economics Association, 2009-04)
This study investigates how proximity to cropland influences residential property values and considers the public policy implications. The hedonic model generalizes previous studies by recognizing that the bundle of ...
Changes in the well-being of nonmetropolitan single-mother families: a semi-parametric analysis
(Western Agricultural Economics Association, 2002-12)
In nonmetropolitan areas of the United States, single-mother families contain a majority of children living below the poverty line. Changes between 1992 and 2000 in the economic well-being of nonmetropolitan single-mother ...
Changes in consumption and saving behavior before and after economic shocks: Evidence from Zimbabwe
(University of Chicago Press, 2003-10)
This study examines the effects of drought and macroeconomic changes on household consumption and savings behavior in Zimbabwe, using two nationally representative cross_sectional data sets that straddle a period of economic ...