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## ECONOMETRIC MODELS OP THE POULTRY INDUSTRY (1967)

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400 | Testing for serial correlation in least-squares regression when some of the regressors are lagged dependent variables - Durbin - 1970 |

193 | Econometric theory, - Goldberger - 1964 |

186 | Statistical Analysis of Stationary Time Series - Grenander, Rosenblatt - 1957 |

112 | Spectral Analysis of Economic Time Series. - Granger - 1964 |

80 |
The supply of storage,
- Brennan
- 1958
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Citation Context ...ortant variables are probably the expected size of egg pro duction, the quantity of eggs in storage, the rate of withdrawals97sfrom storage, and the overall level of activity of theseconomy.sBrennan =-=(26)-=- proposed that shell eggs appear to be af fected by the uncertainty with respect to quality. This maysbe the reason why small proportion, of semi-perishable com modities as stored eggs, have been he... |

52 | Some tests for homoscedasticity,” - Goldfeld, Quandt - 1965 |

45 |
Interrelations Among Demands for Farm Products and Implications for Control of Market Supply
- BRANDOW
- 1961
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Citation Context ...duction and consumptionspattern of turkey, few statistical studies designed to measuresturkey demand and the factors influencing turkey prices havesused annual time series as in Fox (73)j and Brandow =-=(24)-=-.sThis approach implies that the impact of factors influencingschanges in the demand for turkey from one year to the next,ssuch as population growth, per capita disposable income, andscompetition from... |

44 |
A Generalized Classical Method of Linear Estimation of Coefficients in a Structural Equation”.
- Basmann
- 1957
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Citation Context ...hnston (128, pp. 25^-258), showed that limited information andsleast-variance ratio give identical results.sTwo stage least squares The TSLS is a single equationsapproach, see Theil (243) and Basmann =-=(10)-=-, Johnston (128, pp.s258-260) which can be applied to estimate the parameters in assingle equation of a model. In simple though approximatesterms, the TSLS method of estimating a structural equationsc... |

43 | The asymptotic properties of estimates of the parameters of a single equation in a complete system of stochastic equations. - Anderson, Rubin - 1950 |

32 |
Pitting a straight line when both vari ables are subject to error
- Bartlett
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Citation Context ...es to this problem:s1. The classical approach where strong assumptions are madesabout the probability distributions of the errors term.s2. Grouping of observation developed by Wald (287) andsBartlett =-=(8)-=-. It is easy to compute, with making lesssstringent assumptions about the error terms, but the dis advantage is loss of efficiency. A remedial step for thissloss of efficiency was suggested by Theil ... |

16 | The Effects of Autocorrelated Errors on the Statistical Estimation of Distributed Lag Models", - Fuller, Martin - 1961 |

15 | A Comparison of Alternative Estimators for Simultaneous Equations”. International Business Machines: - Chow - 1962 |

10 | Principles of economic policy - Boulding - 1958 |

10 | The relationship of volume, prices, and costs of marketing margins for farm foods - Buse, Brandowv |

10 | Identiflability criteria in nonlinear systems - Fisher |

9 | The treatment of linear restrictions in regression analysis. Econometrica 32 - Chipman, Rao - 1964 |

7 | The skills of the economist - Boulding - 1958 |

7 |
Testing for serial correlation in systems of simultaneous equations. Biometrika 44
- Durbin, J
- 1957
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Citation Context ...y Influences which trace ascomplex course through his psyche and lead eventually to overtspurchasing responses. The human mind has deep power of under standing, but remains little understood. Kotler =-=(153)-=- statedsfive different models for analyzing buyers;s1. The Marshallian model, which stressed economic motivations.sThis study is mainly concerned with such model.s2. The Pavlovian model, which depends... |

6 | Some properties of the least square estimator in regression analysis when the 'independent' variables are stochastic - Bhattacharya - 1961 |

5 | On recursiveness and interdependency in economic models - Bentzel, Hansen - 1954 |

5 | The Computation of Maximum-Likelihood Estimates of Linear Structural Equqtions”. In: - Chernoff, Divinsky - 1953 |

4 | A note on the statistical estimation of demand and supply relations from time series. Econometrica I6 - Bartlett - 1948 |

4 | Standard errors of forecast of a complete econometric model. Econometrica 22 - Brown - 1954 |

4 | On bounds of serial correlation - Chanda - 1962 |

4 | Aggregate econometric models - Christ - 1954 |

4 | Note on the Computation of Full-Information Maximum-Likelihood Estimates of Coefficients of a Simultaneous System”. - Eisenpress - 1962 |

4 | A Dynamic Quarterly Model of the Beef and Pork - FULLER, Lann - 1961 |

4 | The covariance matrices of the reduced form coefficients and of forecasts for a structural econometric model. Econometrioa 29 - Nagar, Odeh |

3 | A complete scheme for computing all direct and gross elasticities in a model with many sectors. Econometrioa 2 - Frisch - 1959 |

3 |
The demand, supply and price structure for eggs
- Gerra
- 1204
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Citation Context ...e in vestigations dealt with a part of the poultry industry. More over, most of the studies used annual data in estimating equa tions of the various models formulated. Judge (130) as wellsas Gerra =-=(86)-=-, analyzed the demand, supply, and price struc ture for eggs. Eggs and poultry meat were included in Cromartysstudy (46). Fisher (68) has developed a sector model for thespoultry industry of the Unit... |

2 |
Estimation of the param eters of a single equation in a complete system of stochastic equations
- Rubin
- 1949
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Citation Context ...E)s69sor least -variance ratio (LVE), two stage least squares (TSLS),sand Theil's k class estimators.sLimited information single equation This method ofsestimation was developed by Anderson and Rubin =-=(7)-=-. The LISEsmethod Involves fragmentation of the theoretically completesmodel. Each structural equation is estimated separately. Itsis limited in the information about the system it uses, and issnot as... |

2 | Economic dynamics. 2nd ed., - Baumol - 1959 |

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The Cowles Commission's, simultaneous equation approach, a simplified explanation
- Bennion
- 1952
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Citation Context ...s current values of two or more endoge nous variables, the estimates are statistically biased. Thesmathematical nature of the bias has been shown by a number ofsauthors, Bronfenbrenner (27), Bennion =-=(15)-=- j Meyer and Millers(l8l). This requires the use of simultaneous estimationsmethods. The ILS can be used if the structural equation issexactly identified.sSimultaneous estimation methodssThe simultane... |

2 |
Sources and size of least squares bias in a two equation model
- Bronfenbrenner
- 1953
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Citation Context ...n that contains current values of two or more endoge nous variables, the estimates are statistically biased. Thesmathematical nature of the bias has been shown by a number ofsauthors, Bronfenbrenner =-=(27)-=-, Bennion (15) j Meyer and Millers(l8l). This requires the use of simultaneous estimationsmethods. The ILS can be used if the structural equation issexactly identified.sSimultaneous estimation methods... |

2 | On least squares with insufficient obser vations - Chipman - 1964 |

2 | Monthly price-quantity relations for broilers at the farm - Parris, Darley - 1964 |

2 | The relative sensitivity to specification error of different k-class estimators. Econometric Institute Netherlands School of Economics Report 6303 - Fisher |

2 | Contracting and other integrating arrangements in the turkey industry - Gallimore |

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Broiler and turkey feed financing by cooperatives
- Allen, Bobbins
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Citation Context ...cedsunder some type of vertical integration. Most of the feedsused in broiler production in the South states are shippeds3 For more discussion of integration in broiler see:sAllen, G. and Bobbins, C. =-=(1)-=-; Kohls, H. and Wiley, J. (l45);sRoy, E. (218, 219} 220.) and SeaVer, S. (226).s29sfrom North Central States. Dressed broilers on the other handsare shipped from the .South to the North Central States... |

1 | An example of loss of efficiency in structural estimation - Allen - 1953 |

1 | The problem of autocorrelation in re gression analysis - Anderson |

1 | Least squares and best unbiased estimates - Anderson |

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A note on the exact finite sample fre quency functions of generalized classical linear esti mators in two leading over-identified cases
- Basmann
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Citation Context ...rors.sFor small sample properties, many Monte Carlo studies weresconducted, as Wagner (286), Brown (29), and Nagar (18?, 188).sAccording to the results of Monte Carlo experiments conductedsby Basmann =-=(11)-=-, TSLS is the best of the single equation esti mating techniques available to deal with the problem of jointsdependence. The estimates are unbiased for large samples andsare more efficient than those... |

1 | On finite sample distributions of gener alized classical linear identiflability test statistics - Basmann |

1 | Selected studies on broiler contracting - Beckler - 1957 |

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Production response in broilers and turkey
- Bluestone
- 1962
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Citation Context ...ession for this period results in an R ofs.89.sy^yt = -.4202 + 1.0863 z^ot + ̂ t '89s(.0874)sAdding time results in a better fit.sy^yt = .0019 + 1.0841 3^2t " "0442 + u^ .93s(.0080) (.0158)sBluestone =-=(18)-=- suggested that the close fit may indicatesthat factors influencing the growth rate, other than thosesreflected in the profitability ratio, were relatively constants15^sin their effect. Prior to 1957}... |

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Forecasting farm turkey prices in and out of the main marketing period
- Bluestone, Rojko
- 1956
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Citation Context ...ge. Thus, price forecastss56sfrom analyses using annual data would be expected to be bettersindicators of prices in the main marketing season than in thesJanuary to August period.sBluestone and Eojko =-=(19)-=- gave statistical formulas forspredicting turkey prices in and out of the main marketingsperiod and for the year as a whole.sThey found that demand for turkey at the farm level isselastic during Janua... |

1 | Integration; a revolution iiiq.agricul ture - Bowring |

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determination'and aggregate price theory
- Breimyer
- 1957
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Citation Context ...) when market ing margins depend on the quantity moving through the market.sIn this study, it is assumed that turkey market margin dependssin part on the quantity moving through the market, Breimyers=-=(25)-=-.sDerived-reduced-form, equation can be obtained from;sC? = + ̂ 11 H + b^g I + b]_^ CP^of meat (5.29)sRPrp = 1.25 P Pt + (5.30)s105sMip = a3 + + b^ 2sW (5.31)sSubstitute Equation 5-31 for in Equation ... |

1 | Choice of one among several statistical hypotheses - Brookner - 1945 |

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Simplified full maximum likelihood and comparative structural estimates. Econometrica 27
- Brown
- 1959
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Citation Context ...ility that LI estimatessin those cases will have the wrong sign or have large esti mated standard errors.sFor small sample properties, many Monte Carlo studies weresconducted, as Wagner (286), Brown =-=(29)-=-, and Nagar (18?, 188).sAccording to the results of Monte Carlo experiments conductedsby Basmann (11), TSLS is the best of the single equation esti mating techniques available to deal with the proble... |

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Structure estimation for non-linear systems of simultaneous equations
- Brown
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Citation Context ...near; difficulty issfaced in estimation methods for non-linear models. However,ssome estimation methods have recently developed by Hartley andsyitsy2ts%ts2̂tsK̂tsîts2̂ts^Mts63sBooker (110) and Brown =-=(31)-=-. Fisher (6l) considered thesidentification criteria for non-linear systems.sThe endogenous variables are those variables whose valuessare determined by the simultaneous interaction of the rela tions... |

1 | Present and potential use of egg products in the food manufacturing industry - Enochian, Saunders - 1954 |

1 | Identiflability criteria in nonlinear systems; a further note - Pisher |

1 | On the cost of approximate specification in simultaneous equation estimation. Econometrica 29 - Pisher - 1961 |

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The place of least squares in econometrics
- Pisher
- 1962
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Citation Context ...t least squaressgives unbiased estimates of the structural parameters but thatsthey do give unbiased estimate of the predictand in the re gression equation given the values of the predictors. Fishers=-=(63)-=- argued that using least squares for forecasting in simul taneous equations, giving no structural change, do not givesunbiased forecasts of the dependent variables forecasted. Thesequation has at lea... |

1 | A priori information and time series analysis - Pisher - 1962 |

1 | Uncorrelated disturbances and Identiflabllity - Fisher - 1952 |

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Statistical confluence analysis by means of complete regression systems
- FÉi'Sch
- 1934
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Citation Context ...ic models estimation. These are 1) multlcolllnearity, 2) errors in Variables, 3) autocorrelation ofsdisturbances, and 4) specification errors.s74sMul11c oilinear1tysThis term was originated by Prisch =-=(82)-=-. This problemsarises when some or all of the explanatory variables in asrelation are so highly correlated one with another that itsbecomes very difficult, if not impossible, to separate theirsseparat... |

1 | linear prediction in the gener alized linear regression model - Goldberger - 1961 |

1 | spreads and.prices for eggs, frying chickens and turkey in selected cities - Gray, Willis |

1 | Specification bias in estimates of pro duction functions - Griliches - 1957 |