Journal of International Agricultural Trade and Development, Volume 6, Issue 1
AbstractTable of Contents: (1) Meyers, William H., Patrick Westhoff, Jacinto F. Fabiosa, and Dermot J. Hayes: "The FAPRI Global Modeling System and Outlook Process," pp. 1-20; (2) Meyer, Seth, Julian Binfield, and Patrick Westhoff: "Interactions between Energy Markets and Agriculture in the U.S.: A Stochastic Approach," pp. 21-40; (3) Han, Suk Ho, and Dae Seob Lee: "Impacts of the Korea-U.S. FTA: Application of the Korea Agricultural Simulation Model," pp. 41-60; (4) Strauss, P.G., and F.H.Meyer: "Combining Stochastic Modeling Techniques with Scenario Thinking for Strategic and Policy Decisions in Agriculture," pp. 61-82; (5) Hanrahan, Kevin, Trevor Donellan, and Frederic Chantreuil: "Agricultural Policy Change in the EU: Analyzing the Impact at member State and Aggregate EU Levels," pp. 83-100; (6) Moss, Joan, Myles Patton, Julian Binfield, Lichun Zhang, and In Seck Kim: "FAPRI-UK Modeling: Regional Responses to European Policy Incentives," pp. 101-116; (7) Thompson, Wyatt: "Biofuel Effects on Markets and Indirect Effects on Land Use and Food," pp. 117-132; (8) Westhoff, Patrick, and William H. Meyers: "The FAPRI Approach: A Few Key Principles." pp. 133-135.
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