Ethanol Marketing and Input Procurement Practices of U.S. Ethanol Producers: 2008 Survey Results

A mail survey was used to collect information about input procurement and ethanol and co-product marketing practices from 60 U.S. ethanol production facilities. Data were used to answer questions about the conduct or behavior of ethanol producers. It was anticipated that firm conduct or behavior would be fairly homogeneous because the ethanol industry was in Stage II of the industry life-cycle, and societal support for ethanol production resulted in large volumes of publicly available information about technology and markets. Age of facility, size of facility, and type of ownership jointly explained a limited number of differences in responses across ethanol facilities, thus supporting the concept of fairly homogeneous conduct or behavior.


Editor(s):
Goldsmith, Peter D.
Issue Date:
2010
Publication Type:
Journal Article
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/96330
Published in:
International Food and Agribusiness Management Review, Volume 13, Issue 4
Page range:
137-156
Total Pages:
19
JEL Codes:
Q11; Q42
Series Statement:
Volume 13
Issue 4




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