Price Damping and Price Insulating Effects of Wheat Export Restrictions in Kazakhstan, Russia, and Ukraine
Linde Götz () and
Ivan Djuric ()
No 182954, 2014 International Congress, August 26-29, 2014, Ljubljana, Slovenia from European Association of Agricultural Economists
This study analyzes the domestic price effects of export controls for all 3 KRU countries during the global commodity price peaks. We develop two indicators to measure the strength of the export controls’ price damping and price insulating effect within a non-linear long-run price transmission model. Our analysis comprises 11 cases of export controls. Our results indicate heterogeneity in the damping and insulating effects of the export controls among the KRU where only two cases recorded the strongest effects: export ban in Russia (2010) and export tax system in Ukraine (2011).We argue that the effectiveness of export controls in the KRU is generally rather limited.
Keywords: Demand and Price Analysis; International Relations/Trade (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Journal Article: Price Damping and Price Insulating Effects of Wheat Export Restrictions in Kazakhstan, Russia and Ukraine (2015)
Working Paper: PRICE DAMPING AND PRICE INSULATING EFFECTS OF WHEAT EXPORT RESTRICTIONS IN KAZAKHSTAN, RUSSIA, AND UKRAINE (2014)
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