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Biofuels, Binding Constraints, and Agricultural Commodity Price Volatility

In: The Economics of Food Price Volatility

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  • Jean-Paul Chavas & David Hummels & Brian D. Wright, 2014. "The Economics of Food Price Volatility," NBER Books, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc, number chav12-1, March.
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