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Global End-Use Demand for Cotton: A Time-Varying Parameter Model

MacDonald, Stephen (1997): Global End-Use Demand for Cotton: A Time-Varying Parameter Model. Published in: Proceedings of the Beltwide Cotton Conference , Vol. 1, : pp. 278-282.

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Abstract

A Cooley-Prescott model is used to estimate trends in income and price response of end-use demand for cotton in developed countries. By comparing trends in parameter variation between different groups of developed countries it is possible to develop hypotheses regarding the varying impact of product promotion and structural change between regions.

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