Distributed lags in Greek beef productions

Part of : Σπουδαί : journal of economics and business ; Vol.33, No.3-4, 1983, pages 344-356

Greece enters the EEC as its tenth member. Greece' s future prospects for beef production seem to be good. Greek consumers will still continue to increase their consumption of beef since the domestic (Greek) consumption level of beef (and veal) was 16.9 kg per year, as by 1972, while that of the EEC-9 was 24.3 kg per year in the same year. But EEC is still in deficit as far as beef production is concerned. Hence, Greek policy following EEC's CAP should have to look at the supply response of her own national herd and have to know the resulting consequences of price changes in beef, milk and/or feed grain. Thus, from this point of view the paper gives some valuable insides to the decision-maker both in Athens and/or in Brussels.
Subject (LC):
agricultural economics
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