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An econometric model of U.S. apple supply and demand is estimated using annual data for 1971-1997. Supply is arranged into four geographical regions, the Northwest, the [...]
1999 | Working or Discussion Paper |
A four-region econometric model of U.S. apple production and consumption is developed. Technical progress has benefited growers in the Northwest the most, but prices the [...]
1999 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
If agricultural output results from non-separable multiproduct technologies, environmental regulation can change the set of possible output combinations. This will be im [...]
2001-04 | Journal Article |
The decision to replant a fire blight-susceptible apple orchard is analyzed. Embedding the problem into an equilibrium framework facilitates the welfare analysis of chan [...]
1999 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
Economic assessments of pesticide regulations typically focus on producer impacts and generally ignore possible changes in product demand. These changes may be nonnegligi [...]
1998-12 | Journal Article |
Antibiotics are used in fruit production to control fire blight, a bacterial disease of fruit trees that causes yield losses and eventually tree death. Fearing the devel [...]
2001-12 | Journal Article |
Among the prominent recognized features of the industrialization of animal production over the past half century are growth in the stock of inflexible or use-dedicated ca [...]
2004 | Working or Discussion Paper |
A wide array of food safety scares and breakdowns have led to loss of consumer confidence in the quality and safety of beef products. To counteract such concerns, firms [...]
2001 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
The Fuji apple variety is relatively new in the U.S. As a new product, questions concern the relative impact of consumer learning by experience, by variety-specific promo [...]
1998 | Working or Discussion Paper |
Comparative advantage motivates large trade flows in feeder animals throughout the world. Trade creates externalities when animal diseases can spread beyond the purchas [...]
2004 | Working or Discussion Paper |