A gravity model analysis of meat trade policies

  title={A gravity model analysis of meat trade policies},
  author={Won W. Koo and David Karemera and Richard Taylor},
The conventional gravity model is revised for a single commodity and applied to meat markets to determine factors affecting trade flows of meat. This study demonstrates that the gravity model for a single agricultural commodity can be parameterized more effectively by using time series and cross-section data rather than cross-section data alone. This study reveals that trade policies and subsidies used by exporting and importing countries, livestock production capacity in countries, and… CONTINUE READING

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