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What’s Driving Food Prices in 2011?

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  • Abbott, Philip C.
  • Hurt, Christopher
  • Tyner, Wallace E.

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  • Abbott, Philip C. & Hurt, Christopher & Tyner, Wallace E., 2011. "What’s Driving Food Prices in 2011?," Issue Reports 112927, Farm Foundation.
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    Agricultural Finance; Demand and Price Analysis; Food Consumption/Nutrition/Food Safety;

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