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Dynamic Impact Multipliers: A Case Study of White Dry Edible Beans

Roger J. Vandenborre
American Journal of Agricultural Economics
Vol. 50, No. 2 (May, 1968), pp. 311-327
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1237544
Page Count: 17
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Dynamic Impact Multipliers: A Case Study of White Dry Edible Beans
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Abstract

A dynamic model for the white dry edible bean sector based upon empirical demand and supply relationships is used (1) to evaluate the impact of governmental support programs, (2) to study the impact which changes in the exogenous variables have on the system, and (3) to estimate the effects which support prices established above free market prices have on production. Unique aspects of this study are (1) the treatment of a group of commodities rather than a single commodity, (2) the explicit consideration given to production and demand interrelationships, and (3) the effects of government programs on both controlled and noncontrolled commodities.

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