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Exchange rate variability and foreign demand for US soybeans

Exchange rate variability and foreign demand for US soybeans

Dissertation Abstracts International, A Humanities and Social Sciences 49(1): p.121

Since the abandonment of a fixed exchange rate regime, short-run exchange rates have exhibited increased variability. The effect of this on the quarterly demand for US soyabeans is examined. An expected utility framework, in which the optimal level of soyabean imports required for the production of soyabean meal and soyabean oil in importing countries, is developed. Uncertainty affects the import decision since the actual cost of importation is not known at the time orders are placed.

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