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Aggregation of Price Risk over Commodities: An Economic Index Number Approach

Barry T. Coyle.

in American Journal of Agricultural Economics

November 2007; p ublished online November 2007 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Econometric and Statistical Methods; Special Topics; Agricultural Economics. 7698 words.

This article extends the economic theory of index numbers to the aggregation of price risk over commodities in production. Superlative indexes of aggregate price risk are related to...

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Aggregation without Separability: Tests of the United States and Mexican Agricultural Production Data

George C. Davis, Ni Lin and C. Richard Shumway.

in American Journal of Agricultural Economics

February 2000; p ublished online February 2000 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Econometric and Statistical Methods; Special Topics; Agricultural Economics. 0 words.

The generalized composite commodity theorem (GCCT) and testing procedure is extended to test for consistent aggregation of the United States and Mexican agricultural production data in each...

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Capital Services in U.S. Agriculture: Concepts, Comparisons, and the Treatment of Interest Rates

Matt A. Andersen, Julian M. Alston and Philip G. Pardey.

in American Journal of Agricultural Economics

April 2011; p ublished online April 2011 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Econometric and Statistical Methods; Special Topics; Data Collection and Date Estimation Methodology; Computer Programs; Agricultural Economics. 11219 words.

This paper begins with a review of the methods and assumptions used to measure capital service flows. Two data series on capital inputs in U.S. agriculture are briefly described and...

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A meta-analysis of consumer willingness to pay for farm animal welfare

Carl Johan Lagerkvist and Sebastian Hess.

in European Review of Agricultural Economics

March 2011; p ublished online November 2010 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Econometric and Statistical Methods; Special Topics; Agricultural Economics. 8501 words.

Farm animal welfare (FAW) concerns have prompted scientific research, development and standard setting (especially in the EU and USA) having ethical, production, economic, social, cultural...

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Multiple-Regime Spatial Price Transmission with an Application to Maize Markets in Southern Africa

Robert J. Myers and T.S. Jayne.

in American Journal of Agricultural Economics

January 2012; p ublished online December 2011 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Econometric and Statistical Methods; Special Topics; Agricultural Economics. 8555 words.

Conventional threshold models of price transmission allow for different speeds of adjustment to equilibria depending on the magnitude of price differentials between markets. However, these...

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Provision of Farm Animal Welfare: Integrating Productivity and Non-Use Values

Carl Johan Lagerkvist, Helena Hansson, Sebastian Hess and Ruben Hoffman.

in Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy

December 2011; p ublished online November 2011 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Econometric and Statistical Methods; Special Topics; Agricultural Economics. 11550 words.

Decisions made by livestock producers inevitably determine the extent of actual farm animal welfare (FAW) provision in livestock production. This article identify key issues in the...

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The return to Australian fine wine

James Joseph Fogarty.

in European Review of Agricultural Economics

December 2006; p ublished online December 2006 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Econometric and Statistical Methods; Special Topics; Economics; Agricultural Economics. 7040 words.

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This paper uses auction data and the adjacent period hedonic price regression approach to estimate the return to storing premium Australian wine...

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