For introductory undergraduate courses in Agricultural Marketing.
Agricultural Marketing examines the principles and practices of economic analysis to cultivate an understanding of how agricultural and food markets operate. After an introduction that discusses some of the most frequently encountered economic measurements of market activities, a basic framework is presented for the analysis of economic activities that link agricultural production with food consumption. Coverage then explores both the spatial and temporal dimensions of agricultural markets.
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This text is about world agricultural and food markets and is written to give the reader a solid understanding of their mysterious and marvelous nature. Demonstrating the critical role agricultural markets play in the world economy, this book explores the influence of these markets on a variety of food and agricultural products used by consumers on a daily basis.
Economics of Agricultural Markets is intended for use in Agricultural Marketing or Agricultural Economics courses, and is written in four major sections for clarity and ease of study: I. Introductory Topics; II. Production and Consumption Activities and How They Are Linked Together; III. Spatial Dimensions of Agricultural Markets; and, IV. Temporal Dimensions of Agricultural Markets.
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