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Journal of Agricultural Trade and Development, Volume 6, Issue 2

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Table of Table of Contents: (1)Kancs, d'Artis and Pavel Ciaian: "Factor Content of Agricultural Trade in a Generalized Three Factor Model," pp. 137-158; (2) Thompson, Wyat, Pierre Charlebois and Gregoire Tallard: "'Trades Like Chicken? Three Representations of Chicken Trade for Policy and Market Analysis,'" pp. 159-174; (3) Gomez, Miguel I., Jun Lee and Julia Koerner: "Do Retail Coffee Prices Raise Faster than They Fall? Asymmetric Price Transmission in France, Germany and the United States," pp. 175-196; (4) Blandford, David, Rolf Jens Brunstad, Ivar Gaasland and Erling Vardal: "Optimal Agricultural Policy and PSE Measurement: An Asset and Application to Norway," pp. 197-220; (4) Helmy, Omneia: "Competitiveness of Egypt in the EU Market for Fruits and Vegetables," pp. 221-259.

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  • Unknown, 2011. "Journal of Agricultural Trade and Development, Volume 6, Issue 2," Journal of International Agricultural Trade and Development, Journal of International Agricultural Trade and Development, vol. 6(2), pages 127-127.
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