Primary demand for red meats in the U.K.
An examination of the the farm-level demand for red meats and its effect on producer prices.
Year of Publication2000
This poster presents an analysis of farm-level demand for red meats in the UK through flexible differential inverse-demand system models. The model chosen was used to test for - but did not reveal - a significant BSE effect in 1996. Conclusions are drawn on cross-price flexibilities, price sensitivity to supply and substitution possibilities of pork, beef and lamb.
This item is categorised as follows
- Subject Collection > Business > Economics & Finance
- Subject Collection > Food & drink > Meat & processed meats
- Subject Collection > Livestock & dairy > Beef production
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