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Articles from Volume 2, Issue 1, 2006, Journal of International Agricultural Trade and Development

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Content : Abler, David. "Introduction: Modeling Global Food and Agricultural Markets." (pp. v); (1) Sheldon, Ian. "Monopolistic Competition and Trade: Does the Theory Carry any Empirical Weight?" (pp. 1-32); (2) Abbott, Phillip. "Comment on: Monopolistic Competition and Trade: Does the Theory Carry any Empirical Weight?" (pp. 33-38); (3) Sarker, Rakhal and Yves Surry. "Product Differentiation and Trade in Agri-Food Products: Taking Stock and Looking Forward." (pp. 39-78); (4) Alston, Julian M. "Product Differentiation and Trade in Agri-Food Products: Discussion." (pp. 79-86); (5) Westhoff, Patrick, Scott Brown, and Chad Hart. "When Point Estimates Miss the Point: Stochastic Modeling of WTO Restrictions." (pp. 87-108); (6) Anton, Jesus. "Modeling Production Response to "More Decoupled" Payments." (pp. 109-126); (7) Bradford, Scott. "The Extent and Impact of Food Non-Tariff Barriers in Rich Countries." (pp. 127-158); (8) Young, Linda. "Eliminating Non-Tariff Barriers to Trade: feasible? Desirable?" (pp. 159-161)

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  • Unknown, 2006. "Articles from Volume 2, Issue 1, 2006, Journal of International Agricultural Trade and Development," Journal of International Agricultural Trade and Development, Journal of International Agricultural Trade and Development, vol. 2(1).
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