[Keyword='Agriculture and Food Security']
Agricultural Trade LiberalizationEntry ID: USDA0298
Abstract: "Agricultural Trade Liberalization" is a database for studies on
agricultural trade liberalization. It includes 1989 data for 22
commodities. Also included are elasticities of supply and
demand, quantities and prices, and levels of support expressed
as producer and consumer equivalents (PSEs and CSEs). They are
designed to be used with the SWOPSIM Modeling Framework.
Collection Organization: ... Economic Research Service.
Collection Methodology: Quantity data are from the USDA/FAS
Supply and Utilization Database. Price support data are from
IMF, USDA, and OECD. Elasticities are not estimated, but from
literature search and survey of country and commodity analysts.
Collection Frequency: This database replaced two previous ones
with 1984 and 1986 base data.
Update Characteristics: The elasticities were not updated;
everything else was updated.
The data are archived files in SuperCalc 5 (.CAL) format when
unarchived, and require 8MB of hard disk space.
Data Center: USDA Economic Research Service
Dissemination Media: Diskette, Internet gopher, Internet home
File Format: ASCII, Lotus/dBase
Access Instructions: Call NASS at 1-800-999-6779 for historical
series data available on diskette. For historical series data
available online, connect to the Internet home page at Cornell
Access to the data or reports may be achieved through the
ERS-NASS information system:
For subscription direct to an e-mail address, send an e-mail
Type the word "lists" (without quotes) in the body of the
Data Set Citation
Version: Not provided
Start Date: 1989-01-01Stop Date: 1989-12-31
Quality Provided as is.
Role: TECHNICAL CONTACT
Email: johnp at econ.ag.gov
USDA Economic Research Service Natural Resources and Environment Division (NRED) 1301 New York Avenue, NW, Room 634C
Province or State: DC
Postal Code: 20005-4788
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Creation and Review Dates
DIF Creation Date: 2005-09-14
Last DIF Revision Date: 2018-11-12