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Record number 446017
Title Asymmetric Price Transmission in Food Supply Chains: Impulse Response Analysis by Local Projections Applied to U.S. Broiler and Pork Prices
Author(s) Kuiper, W.E.; Oude Lansink, A.G.J.M.
Source Agribusiness 29 (2013)3. - ISSN 0742-4477 - p. 325 - 343.
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/agr.21338
Department(s) Business Economics
WASS
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2013
Keyword(s) market
Abstract In this article, the author's set out Jordà's (2005) method of local projections by which nonlinear/ asymmetric impulse responses can be computed without the need to specify and estimate the underlying nonlinear/asymmetric dynamic system. The method is used to compute price-reaction functions that show how the prices of the different stages in a food supply chain dynamically respond to each other and whether or not these responses reveal any asymmetric patterns. Empirical applications for the U.S. pork-meat and broiler-composite chains illustrate the convenience of the method and reveal that in the pork chain asymmetric price transmission enables retailers (wholesalers) to increase their marketing margin vis-à-vis the wholesalers (farmers), whereas in the broiler sector the retailers face both temporary decreases and increases in their marketing margin as a consequence of asymmetric wholesale-retail price transmission.
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