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November 1992

MacDonald, Stephen (1992): The Accuracy of USDA's Export Forecasts. Published in: No. ERS/USDA Staff Report No. AGES 9224

1997

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.

November 2000

MacDonald, Stephen (2000): The New Agricultural Trade Negotiations: Background and Issues for the U.S. Cotton Sec. Published in: Cotton and Wool Situation and Outlook No. CWS-2000 (November 2000): pp. 17-23.

2005

MacDonald, Stephen (2005): A Comparison of USDA's Agricultural Export Forecasts with ARIMA-based Forecasts. Published in: Papers and Proceedings of the 14th Federal Forecasters Conference : pp. 155-161.

2006

MacDonald, Stephen (2006): Cotton Price Forecasting and Structural Change. Published in: Papers and Proceedings of the 15th Federal Forecasters Conference (2007): pp. 103-110.

June 2009

MacDonald, Stephen and Meyer, Leslie (2009): Trends in U.S. Cotton Basis Since 2001. Published in:

October 2012

MacDonald, Stephen (2012): Economic Policy and Cotton in Uzbekistan. Published in:

January 2015

MacDonald, Stephen and Skelly, Carol and Johnson, James and Meyer, Leslie (2015): World Cotton Consumption: Transition and Competition.

March 2015

MacDonald, Stephen and Gale, Fred and Hansen, James (2015): Cotton Policy in China. Published in: Cotton and Wool Outlook No. CWS-15C-01 (March 2015): pp. 1-37.

September 2017

MacDonald, Stephen and Ash, Mark and Cooke, Bryce (2017): The Evolution of Inefficiency in USDA’s Forecasts of U.S. and World Soybean Markets.

22 January 2018

MacDonald, Stephen and Meyer, Leslie (2018): Long Run Trends and Fluctuations In Cotton Prices.

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