Testing For Symmetry In Price Transmission: An Extension Of The Shiller Lag Structure With An Application To Fresh Tomatoes
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Keywordsfarm level; price spreads; price transmission; retail level; Shiller lag structure; symmetry; tomatoes; Demand and Price Analysis;
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