Quality and price impacts on U.S. demand for lamb imports
The U.S. lamb industry has changed in the last decade, potentially impacting the structure of the import industry, which has become necessary to meet domestic demand. Domestic production has continued to decline, consumer demographics have shifted to reflect a growing ethnic consumer population, and promotional efforts have been met with varying degrees of success. This work updates previous research to evaluate how changes in the industry may affect import demand using a differential production model approach, and extends the literature to evaluate the role of boneless/bone-in product differentiation ...
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