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The prices of perennial crops: the role of rational expectations and commodity stocks



The prices of perennial crops: the role of rational expectations and commodity stocks



Primary commodity prices: economic models and policy: 72-102



The general question of price determinants is a complex one since it involves issues concerning the structure of markets in which a commodity is traded, and whether these conditions can lead to disequilibrium. For commodities like tea, cocoa and other tree crops, there is a widespread presumption that prices are determined within a competitive environment, at least as a good first-order approximation.

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