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Canadian Wheat Export Prospects in the Asian Noodle Market: Analyzing Japanese and Korean Milling IndustriesDownload
The motivation for this study is the lack of knowledge of millers' preferences for noodle wheat in Asia, where noodle wheat is an expanding market segment. Data for the study are from interviews and questionnaires completed by millers in South Korea and Japan. Two different methodologies were...
The province of Quebec is one of the major domestic markets for Alberta beef products. In 1994, Alberta accounted for 54.5% of beef imports into Quebec. Other competitors who also supply beef to Quebec include Ontario, the US, and Australia/New Zealand. Australia/New Zealand provide mostly...
Inferred Valuation as a Tool to Alleviate Social Desirability Bias: Testing the Systematic Influence of Individual-Specific FactorsDownload
Social desirability bias (SDB) is a problem often found in the elicitation of preferences for goods of moral concern, where individuals tend to behave in a way that makes them 'look good' complying with social norms. Inferred valuation has been proposed to overcome this problem in stated...