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A quantitative study on optimal marketing strategies for dessert apples in Western Germany

Acta Horticulturae (40): 135-160

A quantitative study on optimal marketing strategies for dessert apples in Western Germany

An intertemporal spatial price equilibrium model is formulated and discussed. The model is designed to solve temporal and spatial allocation problems on the market for dessert apples in Western Germany and to trace the consequences of certain policy measures.

Accession: 000275968

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