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Analysis and projection of the demand for flowers by private households in the German Federal Republic

, : Analysis and projection of the demand for flowers by private households in the German Federal Republic. Acta Horticulturae (97): 10

The aim of this paper is to quantify the income and price elasticities of the demand for flowers in the GFR and to indicate the future demand in this market. The study introduces a model based on calculations and probability considerations. Income elasticities were ascertained by sample analysis. Price elasticities were determined by Slutzky-Schultz-Relation and logical considerations.

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