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Figura 5. Ratio de Precios Agrícolas-Mayoristas, Mayoristas-Minoristas y Agrícolas-Minoristas para los EE.UU, 1960 - 1998
Fuente: Economic Report of the President, 1998

Nota: ver Figura 4 para las definiciones

Figura 6. Ratio de Precios Productor – Mayoristas y Mayoristas – Minoristas Para Carne Vacuna y Porcina en los EE.UU.

Fuente: U.S. Department of Agriculture, compilado por Marsh y Brester.



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NOTAS

i Tweeten (1998) también discute las características e implicancias de la agricultura post-indutrial

ii Tweeten y Zulauf discuten las actitudes post-modernistas hacia la ciencia y sus implicancias para la investigación económica aplicada. Una implicación es que los consumidores pueden no aceptar la opinión científica acerca de la seguridad de los alimentos o sobre los riesgos asociados con el uso de organismos genéticamente modificados.

iii Definiendo el margen de precios absoluto entre la finca y el mayorista como Pw - Pf = Mw f , entonces Pf/Pw = 1 / (1+Mwf/Pf). Es decir que la relación de precios entre finca y mayorista está relacionada inversamente al margen de precios expresado como porcentaje del precio en finca. La misma relación se produce para el margen mayorista-minorista.


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