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NE-165 Series

The NE-165 Journal Reprint Series contains reprints of journal articles published by research economists affiliated with Regional ResearchProject NE-165: Private Strategies Public Policies and Food System Performance . The Food Marketing Policy Center is the core research group for Regional Research Project NE-165.

The NE-165 Working Paper Series contains interim and completedefforts of high quality that may ultimately be published in full or abbreviated form elsewhere. The series enables rapid distribution to key users. It Includes work by research economists affiliated with NE-165. Working papers are distributed to over 180 research libraries, NE-165 participants, public policy makers, and others upon request. They are also available on the World Wide Web at AgEconSearch where you can print them from that site.

The NE-165 Journal Reprint Series and Working Paper Series are no longer active.

NE-165 Journal Reprint Series

  1. Cotterill, Ronald W. 1988. The Design and Impact of Strategic Management Information Systems. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 70(2):475-479.
  2. Zellner, James. 1988. Industrial Organization: Some Applications for ManagerialDecisions. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 70(2):469-474.
  3. Roberts, Tanya. 1988. Salmonellosis Control: Estimated Economic Costs. JournalofPoultry Science 67: 936-943.
  4. Connor, John M. and Frederick E. Geithman. 1988. Mergers in the Food Industries:Trends,Motives, and Policies. Agribusiness 4(4):331-346.
  5. Caswell, Julie A. and Ronald W. Cotterill. 1988. Two New Theoretical ApproachestoMeasuring Industry and Firm Performance. Agribusiness 4(6):511-520.
  6. Lopez, Rigoberto A. 1989. Political Economy of U.S. Sugar Policies. AmericanJournalof Agricultural Economics 71(1):20-31.
  7. Roberts, Tanya. 1989. Human Illness Costs of Foodborne Bacteria. AmericanJournalof Agricultural Economics 71(2):468-474.
  8. Lopez, Rigoberto A. and Nona R. Henderson. 1989. The Determinants of LocationChoicesfor Food Processing Plants. Agribusiness 5(6):619-632.
  9. Roberts, Tanya and Robert Pinner. 1990. Economic Impact of DiseaseCausedbyListeria Monocytogenes. In Foodborne Listeriosis. Editors,A.J.Miller,J.L. Smith, and G.A. Somkuti. Elsiver Science.
  10. Karp, Larry S. and Jeffrey M. Perloff. 1989. Dynamic Oligopoly in the RiceExportMarket. The Review of Economics and Statistics 71(3):462-470.
  11. Caswell, Julie A. 1989. The Cooperative-Corporate Interface: InterfirmContact Through Membership on Boards of Directors. Journal of AgriculturalCooperation 4: 20-28.
  12. Roberts, Tanya and J.K. Frenkel. 1990. Estimating Income Losses and OtherPreventableCosts Caused by Congenital Toxoplasmosis in People in the UnitedStates.Journalof American Veterinary Medical Assoc. 196(2):249-256.
  13. Phipps, Tim T., Kristen Allen and Julie A. Caswell. 1989. The PoliticalEconomics of California's Proposition 65. American Journal of AgriculturalEconomics 71: 1286-1292.
  14. Kramer, Carol S. and Eileen O. van Ravenswaay. 1989. Proposition 65 andtheEconomics of Food Safety. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 71:1293-1299.
  15. Malone, John W. 1990. Consumer Willingness to Purchase and Pay More forPotentialBenefits of Irradiated Food Products. Agribusiness 6(2):163-178.
  16. McGuirk, Anya M., Warren P. Preston and Amy McCormick. 1990. Toward theDevelopmentof Marketing Strategies for Food Safety Attributes. Agribusiness 6(4):297-308.
  17. Kolstad, Charles D., Thomas S. Ulen and Gary V. Johnson. 1990. Ex PostLiability for Harm vs. Ex Ante Safety Regulation: Substitutes or Complements? American Economic Review 80(4):888-901.
  18. Schroeter, John and Azzeddine Azzam. 1990. Measuring Market Power in Multi-ProductOligopolies:The US Meat Industry. Applied Economics 22: 1365-1376.
  19. Brown, Deborah J. and Lee F. Schrader. 1990. Cholesterol Information andShellEgg Consumption. American Journal of Agricultural Economics .72(3):548-555.
  20. Azzam,  Azzeddine and Emilio Pagoulatos. 1990. Testing Oligopolistic andOligopsonisticBehavior: An Application to the US Meat-Packing Industry. Journal ofAgricultural Economics. 41(3):362-370.
  21. Cotterill, Ronald W. 1990. Food Mergers: Implications for Performance andPolicy.Review of Industrial Organization. 5(2):189-202.
  22. Caswell, Julie A. 1990. Food Safety Policy Fights: A U.S. Perspective. NortheasternJournal of Agricultural and Resource Economics. 19(2):59-66
  23. Azzam, Azzeddine M. and John R. Schroeter. 1991. Implications of IncreasedRegional Concentration and Oligopsonistic Coordination in the Beef PackingIndustry. WesternJournal of Agricultural Economics . 16(2):374-381.
  24. Schroeter, John R. and Azzeddine M. Azzam. 1991. Marketing Margins, MarketPower,and Price Uncertainty. American Journal Agricultural Economics .73(3):990-999.
  25. Caswell, Julie A. and Daniel I. Padberg. 1992. Toward a More ComprehensiveTheory of Food Labels. American Journal of Agricultural Economics.74(2):460-468.
  26. Azzam, Azzeddine M. 1992. Testing the Competitiveness of Food Price Spreads.Journalof Agricultural Economics. 43(2):248-256.
  27. Caswell, Julie A. 1992. Using Industrial Organization and Demand Modelsfor Agribusiness Research. Agribusiness: An International Journal 8(6):537-548.
  28. Caswell, Julie A. 1992. Current Information Levels on Food Labels. AmericanJournalof Agricultural Economics 74(5):1196-1201.
  29. Cotterill, Ronald W. and Lawrence E. Haller. 1992. Barrier and Queue Effects:AStudy of Leading US Supermarket Chain Entry Patterns. Journal of IndustrialEconomicsXL(4):427-440.
  30. Wessells, Cathy Roheim and James L. Anderson. 1992. Innovations and ProgressinSeafood Demand and Market Analysis. Marine Resource Economics 7:209-228.
  31. Lopez, Rigoberto and Emilio Pagoulatos. 1994. Rent Seeking and theWelfareCostof Trade Barriers. Public Choice.79: 149-160.
  32. Anderson, James L. and Sofia U. Bettencourt. 1993. A Conjoint Approachto Model Product Preferences: The New England Market for Fresh and FrozenSalmon. MarineResources Economics 8: 31-49.
  33. Steahr, Thomas E. 1993. A Sociological View of Illness: The Case of FoodborneDisease.FreeInquiry in Creative Sociology 21(2):195-200.
  34. Cotterill, Ronald W. and Randall E. Westgren. 1994. Strategic Marketingin Food Industries. Agribusiness 10(5):431-441.
  35. Steahr, Thomas E. 1994. Foodborne Illness in the United States: Geographicand Demographic Patterns. International Journal of Environmental HealthResearch 4(4):183-195.
  36. Cotterill, Ronald W. 1994. Scanner Data: New Opportunities for Demand andCompetitiveStrategy Analysis. Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 23(2):125-139.
  37. Rogers, Richard T. and Lisa M. Petraglia. 1994. Agricultural Cooperativesand Market Performance in Food Manufacturing. Journal of AgriculturalCooperation 9: 1-12.
  38. Rogers, Richard T. and Richard J. Sexton. 1994. Assessing the Importanceof Oligopsony Power in Agricultural Markets. American Journal of AgriculturalEconomics 76(5):1143-1150.
  39. Wessells, Cathy Roheim and Joan Gray Anderson. 1995. Consumer Willingnessto Pay for Seafood Safety Assurances. Journal of Consumer Affairs 29(1):85-107.
  40. Grobe,  Deana and Robin Douthitt. 1995. Consumer Acceptance of RecombinantBovine Growth Hormone: Interplay Between Beliefs and Perceived Risks. TheJournal of Consumer Affairs 29(1):128-143.
  41. Nayga Jr., Rodolfo M. and Paul Riethmuller. 1995. Recent Developments inFoodRetailing in the United States. Review of Marketing and AgriculturalEconomics 63(1):40-50.
  42. Lin, Jordan C.-T. 1995. Demographic and Socioeconomic Influences on theImportanceof Food Safety in Food Shopping. Agricultural and ResourceEconomics Review 24(2):190-198.
  43. Fein, Sara B., C.-T. Jordan Lin and Alan S. Levy. 1995. Foodborne Illness:Perceptions, Experience, and Preventive Behaviors in the United States. Journal ofFood Protection 58(12):1405-1411.
  44. Buzby, Jean C., Richard C. Ready and Jerry R. Skees. 1995. Contingent ValuationinFood Policy Analysis: A Case Study of a Pesticide-Residue Risk Reduction.Journalof Agricultural and Applied Economics 27(2):613-625.
  45. Steahr, Thomas E. 1996. An Estimation of Foodborne Illness in Populationswith HIV/AIDS Infection, United States, 1987-93. International JournalofEnvironmental Health Research 6:77-92.
  46. Haller, Lawrence E. and Ronald W. Cotterill. 1996. Evaluating TraditionalShare-Price and Residual Demand Measures of Market Power in the CatsupIndustry. Review of Industrial Organization 11(3):293-306.
  47. Hooker, Neal H. and Julie A. Caswell. 1996. Trends in Food QualityRegulation:Implicationsfor Processed Food Trade and Foreign Direct Investment. Agribusiness 12(5):411-419.
  48. Bailey, William C. 1996. Comparative Study of the Willingness to Pay forOrganicand Irradiated Meat Products: An Experimental Design. AmericanCouncil of Consumer Interests, Consumer Interests Annual 42:407-410.
  49. Azzam, Azzeddine M. 1996. Testing the Monopsony-Inefficiency Incentivefor Backward Integration. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 78(3):585-590.
  50. Azzam, Azzeddine M. and John R. Schroeter. 1996. The Tradeoff Between OligopsonyPowerand Cost Efficiency in Horizontal Consolidation: An Example fromBeef Packing.AmericanJournal of Agricultural Economics 77(4):825-836.
  51. Caswell, Julie A. and Neal H. Hooker. 1996. HACCP as an International TradeStandard.AmericanJournal of Agricultural Economics 78(3):775-779.
  52. Weliwita, Ananda and Azzeddine Azzam. 1996. Identifying Implicit Collusionunder Declining Output Demand. Journal of Agricultural and ResourceEconomics 21(2):235-246.
  53. Unnevehr, Laurian J. and Helen H. Jensen. 1996. HACCP as a Regulatory InnovationtoImprove Food Safety in the Meat Industry. American Journal of AgriculturalEconomics78(3):764-769.
  54. Cotterill, Ronald W. 1996. The Food Distribution System of the Future:Convergence Towards the U.S. or U.K. Model? Agribusiness 13(2):123-135.
  55. Caswell, Julie A. and Eliza M. Mojduszka. 1996. Using Informational LabelingtoInfluence the Market for Quality in Food Products. AmericanJournalofAgricultural Economics 78(5):1248-1253.
  56. Caswell, Julie A. and Jaana K. Kleinschmit v. L. 1997. Using Benefit-CostCriteria for Settling Federalism Disputes: An Application to Food SafetyRegulation. AmericanJournal of Agricultural Economics 79(1):24-38.
  57. Connor, John M. 1996. Did the Competitive Regime Switch in the 1980s? AmericanJournalof Agricultural Economics 78(5):1192-1197.
  58. Connor, John M. 1997. Global Lysine Price-Fixing Conspiracy of 1992-1995. Reviewof Agricultural Economics 19(2):158-174.
  59. Putsis Jr., William P. 1997. An Empirical Study of the Effect of BrandProliferation on Private Label-National Brand Pricing Behavior. Review of Industrial Organization 12(3):355-371.
  60. Cotterill, Ronald W. 1997. The Performance of Agricultural Marketing CooperativesinDifferentiated Product Markets. Journal of Cooperatives 12:23-34.
  61. Roberts, Tanya, Jean C. Buzby and Michael Ollinger. 1996. Using Benefitand Cost Information to Evaluate a Food Safety Regulation: HACCP for MeatandPoultry. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 78(5):1297-1301.
  62. Barrett, James and Kathleen Segerson. 1997. Prevention and Treatment inEnvironmentalPolicy Design. Journal of Environmental Economics andManagement 33:196-213.
  63. Mueller, Willard F., Bruce W. Marion, and MaqBool H. Sial. 1997. PriceLeadership on the National Cheese Exchange. Review of Industrial Organization 12:145-170.
  64. Kim, Donghwan, and Bruce W. Marion. 1997. Domestic Market Structure andPerformance in Global Markets: Theory and Empirical Evidence from U.S.Food Manufacturing Industries. Review of Industrial Organization12: 335-354.
  65. Bhuyan, Sanjib, and Rigoberto A. Lopez. 1997. Oligopoly Power in the Food and Tobacco Industries. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 79:1035-1043.
  66. Azzam, Azzeddine M. 1997. Measuring Market Power and Cost-Efficiency Effectsof Industrial Concentration. The Journal of Industrial Economics XLV(4):377-386.
  67. Azzam, Azzeddine M. 1998. Competition in the U.S. Meatpacking Industry: Is It History? Agricultural Economics 18(2):107-126.
  68. Azzam, Azzeddine M. 1998. Captive Supplies, Market Conduct, and the Open-MarketPrice. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 80(1):76-83.
  69. Caswell, Julie A. 1998. Valuing the Benefits and Costs of ImprovedFoodSafety and Nutrition.  The Australian Journal of AgriculturalEconomics    42(4): 409-424.
  70. Bhuyan, Sanjib and Rigoberto A. Lopez. 1998. What Determines Welfare Lossesfrom Oligopoly Power in the Food and Tobacco Industries? Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 27(2): 258-265.
  71. Caswell, Julie A. 1998. How Labeling of Safety and Process Attributes AffectsMarkets for Food.  Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 27(2):151-158.
  72. Azzam, Azzeddine M. 1998. Testing for Vertical Economies of Scope:An Examplefrom US Pig Production.  Journal of Agricultural Economics 49(3):427-433.
  73. Cotterill, Ronald W. 1999. Market Power and the Demsetz Quality Critique: An Evaluation for Food Retailing.  Agribusiness 15(1):101-118.
  74. Cotterill, Ronald W. 1999. Jawboning Cereal: The Campaign to LowerCerealPrices. Agribusiness 15(2):197-205.
  75. Gejdenson, Samuel, and Charles Schumer.  1999. Consumers in aBox:A Consumer Report on Cereal.  Agribusiness 15(2):207-218.
  76. Cotterill, Ronald W. 1999. High Cereal Prices and the Prospects for reliefby Expansion of Private Label and Antitrust Enforcement. Agribusiness 15(2):229-245.
  77. Gejdenson, Samuel, and Charles Schumer.  1999. Consumers Still ina Box: The High Price of Breakfast Cereal.  Agribusiness 15(2):261-271.
  78. Cotterill, Ronald W., and Andrew W. Franklin. 1999. An Estimation of ConsumerBenefits From the Public Campaign to Lower Cereal Prices. Agribusiness 15(2):273-287.
  79. Putsis Jr., William P. 1999. Empirical Analysis of Competitive Interaction in Food Product Categories. Agribusiness 15(3):295-311.
  80. Putsis Jr.,  William P., and Ronald W. Cotterill. 1999. Share, Price andCategory Expenditure-Geographic Market Effects and Private Labels. Managerialand Decision Economics 20:175-187.
  81. Willis, Michael S., and Richard T. Rogers. 1998. Market Share Dispersion Among Leading Firms as a Determinant of Advertising Intensity. Reviewof Industrial Organization 13(5):495-508.
  82. Rogers, Richard T., and Robert J. Tokle. 1999. The Effects of Television Advertising  on Concentration: An Update. New York Economic Review 30:25-31.
  83. Cotterill, Ronald W., William P. Putsis, Jr., and Ravi Dhar. 2000.Assessingthe Competitive Interaction Between Private Labels and NationalBrands. Journalof Business 73(1):109-137.
  84. Mojduska, Eliza M., and Julie A. Caswell.  2000. A Test of Nutritional Quality Signaling in Food Markets Prior to Implementation of mandatoryLabeling. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 82(2):298-309.
  85. Azzam, Azzeddine M. 1999. Asymetry and Rigidity in Farm-Retail Price Transmission.AmericanJournal of Agricultural Economics 81(3):525-533.
  86. Schroeter, John R., Azzeddine M. Azzam, and Mingxia Zhang. 2000. Measuring Market Power in Bilateral Oligopoly: The Wholesale Market for Beef. Southern Economic Journal 66(3):526-547.
  87. Kim, Sung-Yong, Rodolfo M. Nayga Jr., and Oral Capps, Jr. 2000. The Effectof Food Label Use on Nutrient Intakes: An Endogenous Switching Regression Analysis.  Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 25(1):215-231.
  88. Cotterill, Ronald W. and William P. Putsis Jr. 2000. Market Share and Price Setting Behavior for Private Labels and National Brands. Review of Industrial Organization 17:17-39.
  89. Cotterill, Ronald W., Leonard Egan and William Buckhold. 2001. Beyond Illinois Brick: The Law and Economics of Cost-Pass Through in the ADM Price Fixing Case. Review of Industrial Organization 18:45-52.
  90. Mojduszka, Eliza M., Julie A. Caswell, and J. Michael Harris. 2001. Consumer Choice of Food Products and the Implications for Price Competition and Gevernment Policy. Agribusiness 17(1):81-104.
  91. Gruber, Jennifer E., Richard T. Rogers, and Richard J. Sexton. 2000. Do Agricultural Marketing Cooperatives Advertise Less Intensively Than Investor-Owned Food-Processing Firms?  Journal of Cooperatives 15:31-46.
  92. Bhuyan, Sanjib. 2000. Corporate Political Activities and Oligopoly Welfare Loss. Review of Industrial Organization 17:411-426.
  93. Cotterill, Ronald W. 2001. Neoclassical Explanations of Vertical Organization and Performance of Food Industries. Agribusiness 17(1):33-57.
  94. Franklin, Andrew W. 2001. The Impact of Wal-Mart Supercenters on Supermarket Concentration in U.S. Metropolitan Areas. Agribusiness 17(1):105-114.
  95. Cotterill, Ronald W., and William P. Putsis, Jr. 2001. Do Models of Vertical Strategic Interaction for National and Store Brands Meet the Market Test? Journal of Retailing 77:83-109.
  96. Rogers, Richard T. 2001. Structural Change in U.S. Food Manufacturing, 1958-1997. Agribusiness 17(1):3-32.
  97. Lubatkin, Michael, William S. Schulze, Avinash Mainkar, and Ronald W. Cotterill. 2001. Ecological Investigation of Firm Effects in Horizontal Mergers. Strategic Management Journal 22(4):335-357.
  98. Rehber, Erkan. 2000. Changing Agricultural Structure and Policies in Europe Toward the Twenty-First Century. The European Legacy 5(5):629-643.
  99. Lopez, Rigoberto A. 2001. Campaign Contributions and Agricultural Subsidies. Economics and Politics 13(3):257-279.
  100. Kim, Sung-Yong, Rodolfo M. Nayga Jr., and Oral Capps Jr. 2001. Food Label Use, Self-Selectivity, and Diet Quality. Journal of Consumer Affairs 35(2):346-363.
  101. Lopez, Rigoberto A., Azzedine M. Azzam, and Carmen  Lirón-España . 2002. Market Power and/or Efficiency: A Structural Approach. Review of Industrial Organization 20:115-126.
  102. Cotterill, Ronald W., and Pierre O. Samson. 2002. Estimating a Brand-Level Demand System for American Cheese Products to Evaluate Unilateral and Coordinated Market Power Strategies. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 84(3):817-823.

NE-165 Working Papers

  1. Rogers, Richard T. and Julie Caswell. 1987. "Strategic Management and InternalOrganization of Food Marketing Firms." University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA.
  2. Roberts, Tanya. 1987. "Salmonellosis Control: Estimated Economic Benefits."ERS/USDA, Washington, D.C.
  3. Lee, David R. 1987. "Labor Market Dynamics in the U.S. Food Sector." Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
  4. McLaughlin, Edward W. and Vithala R. Rao. 1987. "An Explanatory Modelingof the Decision Process of New Product Selection by Supermarket Buyers."Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
  5. Smith, Mark E., Eileen O. van Ravenswaay and Stanley R. Thompson. 1987."Sales Loss Determination in Food Contamination Incidents: An Applicationto Milk Bans in Hawaii." Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  6. Zellner, James A. 1987. "Some Causes and Consequences of Food IndustryConduct: A Simultaneous Analysis." University of Florida, Gainesville,FL.
  7. Caswell, Julie A. and Ronald Cotterill. 1988. "New Theoretical Approachesto Measuring Industry Performance." University of Massachusetts, Amherst,MA.
  8. Lopez, Rigoberto A. 1988. "Political Economy of the United States SugarPolicies." Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ.
  9. Azzam, Azzeddine, Emilio Pagoulatos and John Schroeter. 1988. "AgriculturalPrice Spreads and Market Performance." University of Connecticut, Storrs,CT.
  10. Lopez, Rigoberto A., and Daniel Dorsainvil. 1988. "The Degree and Sourcesof Oligopsony Power: An Application to the Haitian Coffee Market." RutgersUniversity, New Brunswick, NJ.
  11. Caswell, Julie A. 1988. "A Model of the Intra/Interstate Impacts of StateProductRegulation." University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA.
  12. Cotterill, Ronald W. and Lawrence E. Haller. 1988. "Entry Barriers, theQueueof Potential Entrants, and Entry into Food Retailing Markets." Universityof Connecticut, Storrs, CT.
  13. Caswell, Julie A. 1988. "An Alternative Measure of Aggregate Concentrationwith an Application to the Agribusiness Sector." University of Massachusetts,Amherst, MA.
  14. McLaughlin, Edward W. and Vithala Rao. 1989. "The Strategic Role of SupermarketBuyerIntermediaries in New Product Selection: Implications for SystemwideEfficiency."Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
  15. Azzam, Azzeddine and Emilio Pagoulatos. 1989. "Testing for Oligopoly andOligopsonyPower." University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
  16. Connor, John M. 1989. "Concentration Issues in the U.S. Beef Subsector."Purdue University, W. LaFayette, IN.
  17. Manalo, Alberto B. 1989. "Benefits Sought by Apple Consumers." Universityof New Hampshire, Durham, NH.
  18. Fletcher, Stanley, Kay H. McWatters and Anna V.A. Resurreccion. 1990. "AnalysisofConsumer's Willingness to Pay for New Fried Food Prepared From CowpeaFlour."University of Georgia, Experiment, GA.
  19. Padberg, Daniel I. and Julie A. Caswell. 1990. "Toward a More ComprehensiveTheory of Food Labeling." University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA.
  20. Loehman,  Edna. 1991. "Alternative Measures of Benefit for Nonmarket Goodswhichare Substitutes for Complements for Market Goods." Purdue University,W. LaFayette, IN.
  21. Williams, Jr., Richard A. and Robert N. Brown. 1991. "Health and SafetyRegulation of Small, High-Risk Subpopulations." FDA, Washington, DC.
  22. McLaughlin, Edward W. 1991. "The Fresh Company." Cornell University, Ithaca,NY.
  23. Connor, John M. and Everett B. Peterson. 1991. "Market-Structure Determinantsof National Brand-Private Label Price Differences of Manufactured FoodProducts." Purdue University, W Lafayette, IN. & Virginia PolytechnicInstitute& State University, Blacksburg, VA.
  24. Steahr, Thomas E. and Pamela McMullin. 1991. "An InterdisciplinaryFrameworkforthe Analysis of Foodborne Disease." University of Connecticut,Storrs,CT.
  25. Ding, John Y. and Julie Caswell. 1991. "A Framework for Analysis of AlternativeRestructuringStrategies Employed by Large Food Manufacturers in the 1980s."Universityof Massachusetts, Amherst, MA.
  26. Coaldrake, Karen and Steve Sonka. 1992. "Leaner Pork: Can New Sector LinkagesbeFormed?" University of Illinois, Urbana, IL.
  27. Coaldrake, Karen and Steve Sonka. 1992. "Canola as an Emerging Industry:A Processor and Producer Perspective." University of Illinois, Urbana,IL.
  28. Hopkins, Yvette S. and John Connor. 1992. "Re-Examination of EventStudiesAppliedto Challenged Horizonal Mergers." U.S. Environmental ProtectionAgencyandPurdue University, W. Lafayette, IN.
  29. Peterson, Everett, Paul V. Preckel, Thomas W. Hertel and Anya M. McGuirk.1992. "Impacts of Growth Stimulants in the Domestic Livestock Sector."VirginiaPolytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA andPurdue University,W. Lafayette, IN.
  30. McLaughlin, Edward. 1992. "Strengthening the Competitive Position of CommodityMarketers."Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
  31. Cotterill, Ronald W. and Hachim M. Salih. 1992. "Testing for Risk Premiumsin the Wheat-Flour Subsector." University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT.
  32. Steahr. Thomas E. and Tanya Roberts. 1993. "Microbial Foodborne Disease: Hospitalizations, Medical Costs and Potential Demand for Safer Food." Universityof Connecticut, Storrs, CT and U.S.D.A., Economic Research Service.
  33. Cotterill, Ronald W. and Don Pinkerton. 1993. "Motives for Mergersin FoodManufacturing." University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT and ChicagoBoardof Trade.
  34. Rogers, Richard T. 1993. "Advertising Expenditures in U.S. Manufacturing Industries, 1967 and 1982" University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA.
  35. Eom, Young Sook. 1993. "Pesticide Residue Risks, Produce Choice, and Valuationof Food Safety: A Random Utility Approach" Clark University, Worcester,MA.
  36. Caswell, Julie A. and Jaana K. Kleinschmit v.L. 1993. "Economic Criteriafor Settling Federalism Disputes with an Application to Food Safety Regulation" University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA.
  37. Ding, John Y. and Julie A. Caswell. 1993. "Relatedness and Performance:A Reexamination of the Diversification-Performance Link" Ohio State University, Columbus, OH and University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA.
  38. Ding, John Y., Julie A. Caswell and Richard T. Rogers. 1994. "Restructuring's Effect on Related and Unrelated Diversification Among Top Food ManufacturingFirms in the 1980s" Ohio State University, Columbus, OH and University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA.
  39. Connor, John M. and Everett B. Peterson. 1994. "New Estimates of Welfareand Consumer Losses in U.S. Food Manufacturing." Purdue University, W.Lafayette, IN and Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg,VA.
  40. Bhuyan,  Sanjib and Ronald W. Cotterill. 1994. "Countervailing Power andSellerPerformance in U.S. Food and Tobacco Manufacturing Industries."University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT.
  41. Wen, Hong and Lawrence E. Haller. 1994. "Price Determination in the BottledWaterIndustry: A Case Study of Poland Spring." University of Connecticut,Storrs, CT.
  42. Langan, Glenn E. and Ronald W. Cotterill. 1994. "Estimating Brand Level Demand Elasticities and Measuring Market Power for Regular Carbonated Soft Drinks." University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT.
  43. Caswell, Julie A. and Eliza Mojduszka. 1996. "Using Informational Labeling to Influence the Market for Quality in Food Products." University of Massachusetts-Amherst,MA. AgEconSearch
  44. Binkley, James K. and John M. Connor. 1996. "Market Competition and Metropolitan-AreaGrocery Prices." Purdue University, W. Lafayette, IN.   AgEconSearch
  45. Colatore, Corinna, and Julie A. Caswell. 1998. "Survey Instrumentsfora Cost Study of HACCP in the Seafood Industry." University of Massachusetts-Amherst,MA. AgEconSearch
  46. Rehber, Erkan. 1998. "Vertical Integration in Agriculture and Contract Farming." Uludag University, Bursa, Turkey. AgEconSearch
      
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