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Journal of International Agricultural Trade and Development, Volume 9, Number 2, Fall 2013 (Table of Contents)

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Table of Table of Contents: Onset Risks and Draft Animal Investments in Nigeria, Hiroyuki Takeshima; The Impact of the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA): An Empirical Analysis of Sub-Saharan African Agricultural Exports to the United States, Addisalem Zenebe, Kassu Wamisho, and E. Wesley F. Peterson; Institutional Differences and Agricultural Performance in Sub-Saharan Africa, Mahdi Asgari and Lia Nogueira; Exchange Rate Volatility and Agricultural Trade Flows: The Case of the United States and OECD Countries, Kashi Kafle and P. Lynn Kennedy; Agricultural Production Impacts of Higher Phosphate Fertilizer Prices, Jeffrey K. O’Hara, Kranti Mulik, and Doug Gurian-Sherman; Globalization and Obesity: A Dynamic Model Using Golden Section Search Method, Anais Liogier, Nikita Barabanov, Dragan Miljkovic, Saleem Shaik, and Silvia Miranda

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  • Unknown, 2013. "Journal of International Agricultural Trade and Development, Volume 9, Number 2, Fall 2013 (Table of Contents)," Journal of International Agricultural Trade and Development, Journal of International Agricultural Trade and Development, vol. 9(2), pages 129-129.
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