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Supply and price control by producer groups on the early potato market in Western Germany: a quadratic programming approach to optimal collective market strategies and the free rider problem

, : Supply and price control by producer groups on the early potato market in Western Germany: a quadratic programming approach to optimal collective market strategies and the free rider problem. Acta Horticulturae (77): 255-266

An interregional and intertemporal quadratic programming model was constructed, to quantify the effects of supply and price control by producer groups on the early potato market in West Germany. The model calculations show that the main advantage of supply control is going to the unorganized producer and not to the producer groups.

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