Food Demand in Slovenia
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- Regorsek, Darla & Erjavec, Emil & Pfajfar, Lovrenc, 2005. "Food Demand in Slovenia," 2005 Conference: Slovenia in the EU â€“ challenges for Agriculture, Food Science and Rural Affairs, November 10-11, 2005, Moravske Toplice, Slovenia 183782, Slovenian Association of Agricultural Economists (DAES).
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- Everett B. Peterson & Ronald W. Cotterill, 1998.
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Keywordsfood demand system; LA/AIDS; expenditure and price elasticities; Household Budget Survey; Demand and Price Analysis; Food Consumption/Nutrition/Food Safety;
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