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Measuring Market Power in Food Processing Industries: Discussion

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  • Schroeter, John R.

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Focuses on the measurement of market power in the beef processing industry in the United States. Causal linkage between concentrated industrial structure and antisocial economic performance; Structure-conduct-performance paradigm; Basic model for fed-cattle studies.

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  • Schroeter, John R., 1990. "Measuring Market Power in Food Processing Industries: Discussion," Staff General Research Papers Archive 11111, Iowa State University, Department of Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:isu:genres:11111
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    1. Peter Jacques, 2015. "Civil society, corporate power, and food security: counter-revolutionary efforts that limit social change," Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences, Springer;Association of Environmental Studies and Sciences, vol. 5(3), pages 432-444, September.
    2. Jones, Rodney & Purcell, Wayne & Driscoll, Paul & Peterson, Everett, 1996. "Issues and Cautions in Employing Behavioral Modeling Approaches to Test for Market Power," Staff Papers 232517, Virginia Tech, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics.
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