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The Influence of Market Sturcture on the Implications of Domestic Subsidies on International Cotton Markets
This analysis uses a residual demand elasticity model to measure market power of the international cotton market. The results indicate that both china and U.S. dominate the cotton price with a higher market power in china ...
World Cotton Outlook: Projections to 2015/16
The Global Fibers Model developed at the Cotton Economics Research Institute at Texas Tech University was used to generate 10-year projections of cotton and textile production, mill use, and trade for 24 countries/regions ...
International Market Structure and the Impacts of Market Distortions from Domestic Subsides: The U.S Cotton Case
This analysis uses a residual demand elasticity model to measure market power of the international cotton market. The results indicate that China dominates the cotton price with a significant market power in China compared ...
EFFECTS OF CHINESE CURRENCY REVALUATION ON WORLD FIBER MARKETS
(Contemporary Economic Policy, 2006-06)
A partial equilibrium model is used to analyze effects of Chinese currency revaluation on world fiber markets. Unique characteristics of this model include incorporation of a regional supply response of cotton, substitutability ...
The Impacts of U.S. Cotton Programs on the World Market: An Analysis of Brazilian WTO Petition
(Journal of Cotton Science, 2006)
This manuscript analyzed the effects of the elimination of U.S. cotton subsidy programs on the world cotton market using a partial equilibrium model of the world fiber market. Removal of U.S. programs would increase world ...
WELFARE ANALYSIS OF THE DOMINICAN REPUBLICCENTRAL AMERICA-UNITED STATES FREE TRADE AGREEMENT: The Cotton Textile and Apparel Industries
(The International Trade Journal, 2008)
This article studies the effects of the Dominican Republic-Central America-United States Free Trade Agreement (US-CAFTA-DR) on the world fiber market using a partial equilibrium modeling approach. We find the effect of the ...