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Evaluating supply control policies for frozen concentrated orange juice with an industrial dynamics model

, : Evaluating supply control policies for frozen concentrated orange juice with an industrial dynamics model. Quantitative models of commodity markets: 193-211

The Florida citrus industry has been characterized by large shifts in supplies of fruit - particularly during and after such freeze years as 1957-58 and 1962-63, when the low supplies caused by the freezes led to high profit levels and subsequently to large investments in new tree plantings. These new plantings are a potential source of excess supplies at prices that would be acceptable to growers.


DOI: 10.2307/1237490

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