The Effect of Identity Preserved Premiums on Elevator Grain Flows

  title={The Effect of Identity Preserved Premiums on Elevator Grain Flows},
  author={Angela Martene Krueger Gloy and Frank J. Dooley},
The effect of identity preserved premiums on a grain elevator's received volumes is modeled using stochastic simulation across the harvest season. A feedback loop simulates competing elevators' bid prices and tracks producer delivery decisions using arbitrage criteria at competing market elevators. Results provide information about the sensitivity of distance thresholds in producer delivery decisions given IP premiums. 

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