TESTING THE EFFECT OF AN ANTI-DUMPING DUTY: THE US SALMON MARKET
Frank Asche ()
No 21714, 1999 Annual meeting, August 8-11, Nashville, TN from American Agricultural Economics Association (New Name 2008: Agricultural and Applied Economics Association)
After holding a market share of over 50% for farmed salmon in USA, the market was closed for Norwegian salmon in 1991 when a countervailing duty was imposed. The objective for U.S. farmers was to increase prices and U.S. market shares. This paper investigates whether U.S. farmers reached these goals.
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Journal Article: Testing the effect of an anti-dumping duty: The US salmon market (2001)
Working Paper: Testing the Effect of an Anti-Dumping Duty: the US Salmon Market (1998)
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