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Why are estimates of agricultural supply response so variable?

Estimates of the response of agricultural supply to movements in expected price display curiously large variation across crops, regions, and time periods. We argue that this anomaly may be traced, at least in part, to the statistical properties of the commonly-used econometric estimator, which has infinite moments of all orders and may have a bimodal distribution. We propose an alternative minimum-expected-loss estimator, establish its improved sampling properties, and argue for its usefulness in the empirical analysis of agricultural supply response.
Finance and Economics Discussion Series , Paper 96-8

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Final estimates confirm banner fall harvest

Agricultural Letter , Issue Jan

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Reports on crop usage and plantings

Agricultural Letter , Issue Apr

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USDA hosts annual outlook conference

Agricultural Letter , Issue Dec

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USDA agricultural outlook conference

Agricultural Letter , Issue Dec

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The corn and soybean harvest in perspective

Agricultural Letter , Issue Sep

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USDA agricultural sector outlook for 1992

Agricultural Letter , Issue Dec

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Revised estimates still point to lower corn stocks

Agricultural Letter , Issue Jan 25

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Outlook for the agricultural sector

Agricultural Letter , Issue Mar

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1987: a good year for district farmers

Cross Sections , Issue Win , Pages 4-5

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