Demand Analysis of the Sydney Banana Market
John A. Stuckey and
Jock Anderson ()
Review of Marketing and Agricultural Economics, 1974, vol. 42, issue 01
The demand for bananas on the Sydney market is studied at both wholesale and retail using time series data at wholesale and cross-section data at retail. The cross-section data come from a pricing experiment in Sydney supermarkets. Estimates of price elasticity of demand are presented for wholesale and retail; comparisons are made and several variables affecting demand are identified.
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