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000177442 245__ $$aStructural changes in the demand for food in Asia: empirical evidence from Taiwan
000177442 260__ $$c2001-10
000177442 269__ $$a2001-10
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000177442 336__ $$aJournal Article
000177442 520__ $$aMany Asian countries are expected to undergo structural transformations in their economies and rapid urbanization over
the next 25 years. The changes in tastes and lifestyles engendered by urban living are likely to have significant influences
on food demand. Changes in marketing systems and occupational changes, closely linked with increasing GNP per capita,
also may influence the demand for food. In this paper, estimates presented for Taiwan demonstrate that structural changes in
food demand (as distinguished from changes due to income and price effects) have been significant factors driving the rapid
changes in dietary patterns seen in East Asia over the past three decades. Because most previous demand studies have ignored
the possible influence of structural shifts which are highly correlated with increases in per capita income over time, the effects
of income on food demand have been overestimated. © 200 1 Elsevier Science B. V. All rights reserved.
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000177442 650__ $$aDemand and Price Analysis
000177442 650__ $$aProduction Economics
000177442 6531_ $$aFood demand
000177442 6531_ $$aConsumption pattern
000177442 6531_ $$aAsia
000177442 6531_ $$aTaiwan
000177442 700__ $$aHuang, Jikun
000177442 700__ $$aBouis, Howarth E.
000177442 773__ $$dOctober 2001$$jVolume 26$$kIssue 1$$o69$$q57$$tAgricultural Economics: The Journal of the International Association of Agricultural Economists
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