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Опубликовано на портале: 06-02-2004
Brian Blazer
Организация: Department of Agricultural Economics
Manhattan, 1999
On June 1, 1998, president Clinton approved a 3-year quota on wheat gluten imports from Australia, the European Union (E.U.), and all other nonexcluded countries. The quota will be reviewed for possible extension for up to additional 5 years. The potential for extensions is an important reason to develop a better economic understanding of this industry and the effectiveness of the implemented quotas. This thesis contains two distinct studies related to the U.S. wheat gluten industry. The purpose of the first study was to provide background on the gluten trade dispute, decipher the qualit

Опубликовано на портале: 06-02-2004
Christian Freberg
Организация: Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences
Manhattan, 2000
The farm-to-retail price spread has widened in the 1990s due to increased costs associated with additional services and marketing provided by food processors. Producers have begun to search intensively for methods to maintain the larger portion of this price spread, essentially retaining a greater share of the consumers’ food dollar and becoming more profitable. Vertical coordination by producers has been identified as a sustainable means of enhancing the value of producers’ operations. Two methods of vertical coordination that have become more popular are ownership of closed

Опубликовано на портале: 05-02-2004
David Goode
Организация: Department of Agricultural Economics
2000
Flows of foreign direct investment (FDI) are increasingly seen as a very important channel to the transfer of technology and capital for developing countries. Developing countries compete vigorously among themselves to attract greater volumes of foreign direct investment as to multinational food and beverage corporations to seek out emerging markets. The situation is analogous to the development in the Latin Americas and the Caribbean. This thesis provides the review of the growing body of literature on the determinants and models of FDI, and an empirical to test hypotheses about FDI mo

Опубликовано на портале: 06-02-2004
Donald Howard
Организация: Department of Agricultural Economics
Manhattan, 1999
The objective of this research was to create an industry-targeting model for the Great Plains region. The model estimates the probability of 100 aggregate industry sectors locating in any of the 430 counties in six Great Plains states over the 1995 to 2003 time period. The probabilities are based on twenty-three county characteristics that were identified as important determinants of industry location. The model may help local economic development officials identify viable industries for their recruitment efforts. This research consisted of constructing and evaluating two distinct models

Опубликовано на портале: 06-02-2004
Nancy Novack
Организация: Department of Agricultural Economics
Manhattan, 1999
The objective of this study is to examine the financial characteristics of farmers in North Central Kansas and to relate this to the number of and types of lender that they choose to use. Specifically, the study is concerned with analyzing the changes, if any, of the use of nontraditional lenders such as John Deer and Case credit. To meet this objective, econometric analysis was used to determine which farm characteristics affect the market share of loans that different lenders have and how this has changed over time. Two sets of Tobit models were developed to analyze the types of instit

Опубликовано на портале: 23-06-2004
Eduardo Segarra
Организация: Texas Tech University (Texas Tech University)
1997
The Economic Impacts of the Texas Wine and Wine Grape Industry in the State’s Economy. Wine grape growing and wine making in Texas have taken place for over three hundred years. In 1900, Texas had 20 to 30 wineries, but the majority of these did not survive prohibition. By the late 1960s, only one winery remained operating in the state. In early-to-mid 1970s, wine grape growing and wine making activities experienced a rebirth in the state. Currently, there are 28 wineries in the state which produce between 800000 and 1300000 gallons of wine annually. In this study, the Texas wine
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Derived Demand for Wheat by Class [диссертация]
Опубликовано на портале: 05-02-2004
Justin Terry
Организация: Department of Agricultural Economics
2000
The United States has witnessed a dramatic increase in per capita consumption of wheat flour since 1970. The increase is seen in all six major classes produced, including hard red winter, hard red spring, soft red winter, soft white, hard white, and durum wheat. This has heightened the need for research on the price responsiveness within and between wheat classes. To quantify price responsiveness, derived demand functions were estimated for wheat by class. Three derived demand functions were specified and estimated. First, a double-log model was estimated using both ordinary least squar

Опубликовано на портале: 06-02-2004
Jill Wilson
Организация: Department of Agricultural Economics
Manhattan, 2000
Agricultural producers face many risks, and methods that provide means for capturing additional value are routinely sought. These methods may include stock investment. This first essay in this study examines these issues from a risk standpoint. Firms within sectors of the food and agribusiness industry face many of the same industry and market dynamics in agriculture provide environment to study the stochastic relationships between food and agribusiness stock returns. The second essay in this study investigates these relationships and arbitrage. The first essay examines vertical investme