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Journal of International Agricultural Trade and Development, Volume 7, Issue 1

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Table of Table of Contents: (1) Takeshima, Hiroyuki: "Sensitivity of Welfare Effects Estimated by an Equilibrium Displacement Model: A Productivity Growth for Semi-subsistence Crops in a Sub-Sahara African Market with High Market Margin," pp. 1-22; (2) Garcia-Fuentes, Pablo A. and P. Lynn Kennedy: "Foreign Direct Investment Inflows to Latin America and the Caribbean: Remittances and Market Size," pp. 23-42; (3) Adhikari, Shyam, Jaime E. Malaga and Eric J. Belasco: "Exchange Rate Volatility Impact on Soybean Trade: Evidence from a Multi-Country Analysis Framework," pp. 43-58; (4) Najarzadeh, R., M. Reed, S. Saghaian, M. Aghaei and M. Rezagholizadekh: "A Study of Iran's Comparative Costs in Saffron," pp. 59-70; (5) Weerahewa, Jeevika and Sarath S. Kodithuwakku: "The Global Economic Crises and their Effects on Food and Nutrition Security in Sri Lanka," pp. 71-107.

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  • Unknown, 2011. "Journal of International Agricultural Trade and Development, Volume 7, Issue 1," Journal of International Agricultural Trade and Development, Journal of International Agricultural Trade and Development, vol. 7(1), pages 111-111.
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