The aggregate supply functions of US agriculture 1910-1965.
AbstractSome of the problems involved in knowledge of the agricultural supply function can be solved by applying such concepts as net product, net price and net productivity and a new interpretation of the " normal price" concept for dynamic conditions. From this the short-run and long-run elasticities for US agriculture are estimated for various periods, and then used to test some hypotheses on supply behaviour of US farmers. A. (Abstract retrieved from CAB Abstracts by CABIâ€™s permission)