Impact Of Foreign Political And Institutional Instability On U.S. Agricultural Trade
Very little research exists on the potential impact of political and institutional instability on agricultural trade. This paper evaluates the effects of political instability on U.S. agricultural exports. Relative to effects of potential instability measures, we found that the economic variables are more significant determinants of bilateral agricultural trade.
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