Всего статей в данном разделе : 3
Опубликовано на портале: 21-11-2003Mark Petry, Philip L. Paarlberg, John G. Lee Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics. 1999. Vol. 31. No. 3. P. 425-436.
The partial equilibrium model links the infection risk from imported products to a premium, which compensates the importing country for the risk incurred by allowing imports from infected countries. The model is applied to the Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome (PRRS) and Mexican live swine imports. The premium is sensitive to the expected loss from a PRRS outbreak and to the magnitude of the risk. As the risk or severity of PRRS rises, so does the level of the barrier. If swine imports are categorized and appropriate restrictions applied, an acceptable level of disease protection can be achieved while improving national welfare.
Опубликовано на портале: 24-11-2003Jian Yang, David A. Bessler, David J. Leatham Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics. 2000. Vol. 32. No. 3. P. 429-440.
The Law of One Price (LOP) is important to models of international trade and exchange rate determination. This study investigates a variant of the LOP applied to developed and developing countries. The competing hypotheses are (1) that one price prevails in both developed and developing countries and (2) that one price prevails in developed countries and another single price in developing countries. Using data from an internationally competitive commodity (soybean meal), we found evidence favors the first hypothesis, although two large developing countries under study are active participants in regional trade integration, which may bias them against the first hypothesis.