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Consistent Estimation of Armington Demand Models

George Davis and Nancy C. Kruse

American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 1993, vol. 75, issue 3, 719-723

Abstract: Traditional methods of empirically implementing the popular Armington trade model are shown to result in theoretically and statistically inconsistent parameter estimates. A method for removing these inconsistencies within the framework of the Armington model is provided, along with a comparison of results of our new consistent procedure with those of the previous procedure.

Date: 1993
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