Economic Research Of Interest To Agriculture, 1973-1975
This bibliography of Giannini Foundation members' publications, Economic Research of Interest to Agriculture was first issued on May 6, 1951, the eighty-first birthday of A.P. Giannini, and included the Giannini Foundation of Agricultural Economics members' works from 1929 through 1950. The first three issues were compiled and edited by the Giannini Foundation's first librarian, Orpha E. Cummings, 1930-1958. The issues that followed were edited by librarians, Mary Lida Eakin, 1958-1967; Virginia A. Fox, 1967-1980; and Grace Dote, 1970-2001.
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- Theodore P. Lianos & Quirino Paris, 1972. "American Agriculture and the Prophecy of Increasing Misery," American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Agricultural and Applied Economics Association, vol. 54(4_Part_1), pages 570-577.
- Rae, Allan N. & Carman, Hoy F., 1975.
"A Model Of New Zealand Apple Supply Response To Technological Change,"
Australian Journal of Agricultural Economics,
Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society, vol. 19(01), April.
- Allan N. Rae & Hoy F. Carman, 1975. "A Model Of New Zealand Apple Supply Response To Technological Change," Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society, vol. 19(1), pages 39-51, 04.
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