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Presentation
World Dairy Product Trade: Analysis with a Mixed Complementarity Problem Formulation
2001 AAEA Annual Meeting: Chicago, IL
  • Charles F. Nicholson, Cornell University
  • Phillip M. Bishop, New Zealand Institute of Economic Research - Wellington
Publication Date
8-5-2001
Abstract

World trade in dairy products is being transformed by trade policy liberalization and technological change in dairy processing. The mixed complementarity problem formulation to modeling product-specific dairy trade can overcome a number of the limitations of existing optimization models, and can facilitate desirable extensions to previous analyses.

Number of Pages
25
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Citation Information
Charles F. Nicholson and Phillip M. Bishop. "World Dairy Product Trade: Analysis with a Mixed Complementarity Problem Formulation" 2001 AAEA Annual Meeting: Chicago, IL (2001)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/cfnichol/11/