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An economic analysis of the marketing orders for the California-Arizona orange industry



An economic analysis of the marketing orders for the California-Arizona orange industry



Dissertation Abstracts International, A 41(3): p. 1153



Some of the charges and countercharges concerning the effects of marketing order controls on the California-Arizona orange industry are evaluated. Possible initial and secondary effects of terminating industry marketing controls are investigated. The objectives are particularly met by constructing an econometric model of the industry. Alternative simulations are used to compare industry performance under marketing order controls with likely performance in the absence of regulation.

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