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000123697 245__ $$aCompetition Policy in Agriculture: A Review of Methods
000123697 260__ $$c2000
000123697 269__ $$a2000
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000123697 336__ $$aConference Paper/ Presentation
000123697 520__ $$aThe nature of the competition policy public benefit tests, applied to various agricultural
industries, is reviewed. Then, various analytical techniques that have been applied to the
assessment of the public benefit test are examined. These techniques include analysis of
price premiums, consideration of pooling and averaging, pricing to market tests, what-if
scenarios, market power analysis, and price discriminating monopolist models. Some of the
advantages and disadvantages of these approaches are summarised. Generally, all of these
approaches have various strengths and a number of weaknesses so that the case for the
assessment of costs and benefits must substantially depend on the logic of the effects of the
regulation rather than the results of any particular model.
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000123697 650__ $$aAgricultural and Food Policy
000123697 6531_ $$aCompetition policy
000123697 6531_ $$aprice discrimination
000123697 6531_ $$apricing to market
000123697 6531_ $$aprice premiums
000123697 700__ $$aMacAulay, T. Gordon
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000123697 982__ $$gAustralian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society>2000 Conference (44th), January 23-25, 2000, Sydney, Australia
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