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THE DERIVED DEMAND FOR IMPORTED CHEESE INTO JAPAN: A TWO-STAGE DIFFERENTIAL PRODUCTION APPROACH

By Andrew A. Washington and Richard L. Kilmer

Abstract

The goal of this paper is to provide the U.S. dairy industry with elasticities of Japan's derived demand for imported cheese differentiated by source country of production. These estimates are then used to assess the relative competitiveness of cheese imported from the U.S. to cheese imported from other source countries.Demand and Price Analysis, Research and Development/Tech Change/Emerging Technologies,

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