Econometric Model of the World Cotton and Non-Cellulosic Fibers Markets (World Bank Staff Commodity Working Papers) download epub
by M. Elton Thigpen,Jonathan Roger Coleman
Disclosure Date 2010/07/01. World Bank staff commodity paper ; no. SCP 24.
Author Coleman, Jonathan; Thigpen, M. Elton; Coleman, Jonathan Thigpen, M. Elton; Document Date 1991/03/31. Document Type Commodity Working Paper; Report Number SCP24. Volume No 1. Total Volume(s) 1. Disclosure Date 2010/07/01. Doc Name An econometric model of the world cotton and non-cellulosic fibers markets. Washington, DC : The World Bank.
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An econometric model of the world cotton and non-cellulosic fibres markets. The main purpose of this study is to specify an econometric model of the world fibre market, with emphasis on cotton, and to forecast prices, production and consumption for the most important world fibre market participants. The effect of some major market and policy developments is also assessed. The consumption of non-cellulosic (synthetic) fibres is also evaluated. Six sets of computer simulation results are presented
An Econometric Model of the World Cotton Market and Non-Cellulosic Fibers Markets. Cotton and Wool Situation and Outlook Yearbook.
An Econometric Model of the World Cotton Market and Non-Cellulosic Fibers Markets. World Bank Staff Commodity Working Paper N. 24 World Bank, Washington, . Deaton, . and J. Muellbauer. asp?f field/cws-bby/ . Department of Agriculture. ERS, Production, Supply and Distribution (PSD) Online Database.
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