Soybean Import Demand in Taiwan: Economic Growth and Policy Impacts

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1986-07-01
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Woo, Rhung-Jieh
Calkins, Peter
Meyers, William
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A simultaneous equation model of the soybean sector in Taiwan is developed and estimated. The model integrates domestic supply and demand for soybeans, soymeal, and soyoil, in addition to the livestock market. The impacts of economic growth and policy changes upon the soybean market are evaluated through dynamic simulation analyses.

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