On the effects of technology improvements in multi-market models: Theory and evidence
The purpose of this paper is to develop the methodology that allows the inclusion of a technology variable in multi-market welfare models. We compare the price induced welfare effects obtained from a multimarket technology-inclusive model, a multimarket technology-exclusive model and a single-market model. An application to the Greek cotton market shows that the omission of the effects of technology biases the estimated welfare effects. Moreover, welfare estimates from the multi-market approach carry superior statistical properties than estimates obtained from the single-market approach.
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- Stelios D. Katranidis & Elisavet I. Nitsi & David S. Bullock, 2005. "The effects of EU corn, cotton, and sugar beet policies on Greek producers: a multimarket analysis," Agricultural Economics, International Association of Agricultural Economists, vol. 33(s3), pages 423-430, November.
- Dimitrios Dadakas & Stelios Katranidis, 2008. "Single Versus Multi-market Approach: An Application to the Greek Cotton Market," Atlantic Economic Journal, International Atlantic Economic Society, vol. 36(4), pages 469-481, December.
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- Stelios Katranidis & Gregory Kordas & Kostas Velentzas, 2003. "Welfare analysis and bootstrapping," Applied Economics Letters, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 10(6), pages 335-338.
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