2 edition of Grain price volatility in a small open economy found in the catalog.
Grain price volatility in a small open economy
Maurice J. Roche
Includes bibliographical references (p[17-20).
|Statement||[by] Maurice J. Roche [and] Kieran Quinn.|
|Series||Working papers series / Economics Department, Maynooth College -- N113/02/02|
|Contributions||McQuinn, Kieran., St. Patrick"s College (Maynooth, Ireland). Department of Economics.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||34|
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The latter takes account of cross-country heterogeneity and cross-sectional dependence, while the former controls for biases associated with simultaneity and unobserved country-specific effects. It is composed of 55 commodity quotations and updated monthly. Economic Journal, : One hypothesis for this finding, according to the authors, is that international volatility prompts local traders to respond in ways that contribute to local volatility—even in the absence of direct trade effects.
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