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Grain price volatility in a small open economy

Maurice J. Roche

Grain price volatility in a small open economy

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Published by Maynooth College, Department of Economics in Maynooth .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p[17-20).

Statement[by] Maurice J. Roche [and] Kieran Quinn.
SeriesWorking papers series / Economics Department, Maynooth College -- N113/02/02
ContributionsMcQuinn, Kieran., St. Patrick"s College (Maynooth, Ireland). Department of Economics.
The Physical Object
Pagination[34]p. :
Number of Pages34
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18783851M

Stocks-to-Use Ratios and Grain Price Volatility (Steven L. Elore, ) (Darnell B. SmitlJ, / ) Speculation in the agricullural community early this year focused not only on a new farm bill but also on the abnormal world grain markeL condiLions. Much of . “A Commodity Price Process with a Unique Continuous Invariant Distribution Having Infinite Mean.” Econometrica, 70(3): Wright, Brian D. “Agricultural Risk Management.” The Oxford Encyclopedia of Economic History. Wright, Brian D. “Storage and Price Stabilization.” In Handbook of Agricultural Economics. Edited. This chapter aims to highlight lessons to assist governments in designing and implementing policies to deal with future increases in food price volatility. There is no unique definition of what is better or worse policy in a political economy framework. What is good for one stakeholder group may be bad for another. In theory, policies could be guided by the goal of maximizing a social welfare.


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Exchange rates, commodities and the implications of volatility in a small open economy world Rebecca Driver and Stephen Millard* February, Abstract For most OECD countries a significant fraction of both imports and exports is made up of commodities, which are used as inputs into manufacturing.

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WORKING PAPER SERIES NO / JULY 2 Leipzig University, Marschnerstr. 31, Leipzig, Germany; e-mail: [email protected] EXCHANGE RATE VOLATILITY AND GROWTH IN SMALL OPEN ECONOMIES AT THE EMU PERIPHERY 1 by Gunther Schnabl 2 This paper can be downloaded without charge from.

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April JEL No. E52, F41 ABSTRACT We lay out a small open economy version of the Calvo sticky price model, and show how the. Endogenous Borrowing Constraints and Consumption Volatility in a Small Open Economy of a small open economy model, one natural theoretical explanation for this fact is that, perhaps, the two different groups of countries, emerging and developed economies, are subject to different external.

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Thus, a higher peak leads to larger probabilities of small movements and the fatter tails to larger probabilities of extreme values. Monetary Policy and Exchange Rate Volatility in a Small Open Economy Jordi Gali, Tommaso Monacelli. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in April NBER Program(s):Economic Fluctuations and Growth Program, International Finance and Macroeconomics Program, Monetary Economics Program We lay out a small open economy version of the Calvo sticky price model, and show how the Cited by: Dec 14,  · An increase in ethanol price volatility stimulates an increase in corn price volatility that is also completed after a year (Figure 7).

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Managing food price volatility in a large open country: the case of wheat in India (English) Abstract. India has pursued an active food security policy for many years, using a combination of trade policy interventions, public distribution of food staples, and assistance to farmers through minimum support prices defended by public arleenthalerphotography.com by: Apr 19,  · In several cases, the study showed that grain price volatility is transmitted from international to domestic markets when the ratio of traded volume to domestic requirements is above a certain threshold—around 40 percent.

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We use the standard system GMM approach as well as a cross-sectionally augmented version of the pooled mean group (CPMG) methodology of Pesaran et al. Asymmetric stochastic volatility and the case for a leverage effect is less clear for exchange rates. In a small open economy, it is customary to assume that a nominal depreciation (an increase in the exchange rate defined as the domestic currency price of foreign exchange) increases the Cited by: Recent Agricultural Price Volatility and the Role of Grain Stocks Brian D.

Wright Recent history of prices in the global markets for major food and feed grains In the past three years, an increase in the volatility of pric-es of agricultural products has attracted global attention. It is widely discussed as a novel phenomenon requiring.

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In some cases, these unexpected movements appear to be driven by an unpredictable OPEC event, such as the Iraq invasion of Kuwait. In other cases, such as the oil price collapses in late and lateunforeseen developments in the oil market or broader economy seem to generate the unexpected movements in price volatility and interest in.

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Research Discussion Paper Stochastic Terms of Trade Volatility in Small Open Economies Patricia Gómez-González and Daniel Rees RDP The Discussion Paper series is intended to make the results of the current economic research We then set up a small open economy real.

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College of Natural Resources. University of .2 Real grain prices in reached levels not seen since for at least a quarter century.

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