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Estimating the cross-effects between imported and domestic fruits in Taiwan area

, : Estimating the cross-effects between imported and domestic fruits in Taiwan area. Journal of Agricultural Economics Nongye Jingyi ( 55): 39-66

This study develops a simultaneous equation model to estimate the cross-effects between imported and domestic fruits in Taiwan. The empirical results indicate that the elasticity of substitution is 0.31-1.41 in the short run, but is lower in the long run.

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