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Socioeconomic Factors and Its Influence in Vertical Price Transmission: The Case of the Mexican Tortilla Industry

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  • Araujo-Enciso, Sergio Rene

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The present document provides evidence of how prices along the Mexican Tortilla Industry are related and co-integrated, furthermore it attempts to derive a formal relationship between market integration and socioeconomic variables that affects transaction costs and therefore price transmission. Although not conclusive, it sets the ground for further steps on achieving such objective by implementing more advanced techniques.

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  • Araujo-Enciso, Sergio Rene, 2010. "Socioeconomic Factors and Its Influence in Vertical Price Transmission: The Case of the Mexican Tortilla Industry," 116th Seminar, October 27-30, 2010, Parma, Italy 94922, European Association of Agricultural Economists.
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