Notes_4_Jan26-2 - FOOD SYSTEM MATRIX PRODUCTION AND...

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AEB 3300 1 FOOD SYSTEM MATRIX PRODUCTION AND SUBSECTORS DISTRIBUTION FUNCTIONS Peanuts Beef Maize Cotton Rice Citrus Input Distribution Extension Farm-level Production HORIZONTAL APPROACH Assembly V Storage E R Transportation T I Processing C A Wholesaling L Retailing Financing/Risk Management Consumption Source: Adapted from “The Role of Subsector Analysis in Setting Research Priorities.” R. Bernsten and John Staatz, Michigan State University, Ag. Econ. Staff Paper 92-104.
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AEB 3300 2 Evaluating Market Structure 1. How big is the pie? How many pies are in the kitchen? » *North American Industry Classification System » http://www.census.gov/epcd/www/naics.html » http://www.osha.gov/pls/imis/sic_manual.html 2. Concentration Ratios, based on market shares How big is a company’s slice? The combined slices of several companies?
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AEB 3300 3 Evaluating Market Structure 1. Supply Chain Analysis What’s the connection between the pie in the kitchen
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