A Differential Examination of the Effect of Mandatory Country of Origin of Labeling on the Beef Sector
The introduction of mandatory country of origin labeling in the agricultural sector promises to yield consumer benefits by providing additional information to consumers. However, these benefits will be partially offset by the cost of labeling paid by producers. This study derives the labeling cost required to offset consumer gains from labeling.
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