APACAgricultural Policy Analysis Center - Weekly Column

updated 10/13/2017


Policy Pennings Weekly Agricultural Policy Column

Originally published in MidAmerica Farmer Grower 
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1) Full attribution to Daryll E. Ray and Harwood D. Schaffer, Agricultural Policy Analysis Center, Knoxville, TN;

2) An email sent to hdschaffer@utk.edu indicating how often you intend on running the column and your total circulation. Also, please send one copy of the first issue with the column in it to Harwood Schaffer, Agricultural Policy Analysis Center, 1708 Capistrano Dr., Knoxville, TN 37922.

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December 2000

  1. Multinational Agribusinesses: Have Technology, Will Travel
  2. December 29, 2000 #25
  3. Technological Advance: China’s Twist on Farm/Consumer Policies
  4. December 22, 2000 #24
  5. China and the U.S.: Much of Farm Policy Is Consumer Policy
  6. December 15, 2000 #23
  7. Quest for the Holy Grail of Accelerating Exports: Can it be Found in China?
  8. December 8, 2000 #22
  9. Globalization of World Markets Increases Reach of Multinational Ag Suppliers
  10. December 1, 2000 #21

November 2000

  1. Are Multinationals Now the Stealth of Brazil’s Agricultural Expansion?
  2. November 23, 2000 #20
  3. How Low Would Prices Have to go to Persuade Brazil to Reduce Soybean Production?
  4. November 17, 2000 #19
  5. Can the U.S. use Low Prices and Expanded Production to Blunt Brazil’s Soybean Expansion?
  6. November 10, 2000 #18
  7. The StarLinkTM Event: Can it help us Better Understand Broader GMO Issues?
  8. November 3, 2000 #17

October 2000

  1. Wheat: Same Song, Third Verse
  2. October 30, 2000 #16
  3. Soybeans: U.S. Producing More but Enjoying it Less?
  4. October 20, 2000 #15
  5. Optimistic Export Projections in Mid-90s Haunt Crop Farmers
  6. October 6, 2000 #14

September 2000

  1. If Low Prices Cure Low Prices, Why Do We Have $1.50 Corn?
  2. September 29, 2000 #13
  3. Would Repeal of Trade Sanctions Solve Crop Agriculture’s Price and Income Problems?
  4. September 22, 2000 #12
  5. Payments Are Decoupled From Production But Is Production Decoupled From Payments?
  6. September 15, 2000 #11
  7. Have We Given the 1996 Farm Bill A Chance?
  8. September 8, 2000 #10
  9. Planting Flexibility Is Great But It Does Not Address Overproduction (By Itself)
  10. September 1, 2000 #9

August 2000

  1. Free-Market Ag Economists and Agricultural Markets: Premises and Results
  2. August 25, 2000 #8
  3. Decoupled Payments: Are the Effects Explained by Calculus or Simple Arithmetic?
  4. August 18, 2000 #7
  5. Allowing Grain Prices to Fall Does Not Stave Off Loss of Export Market Share
  6. August 11, 2000 #6
  7. Exports: Does Lowering the Price to Capture Market Share Work in the Grain Markets?
  8. August 4, 2000 #5

July 2000

  1. Like Corn, Soybean and Wheat Sales Driven by Domestic Demand, Not Exports
  2. July 28, 2000 #4
  3. Recent Report Shows That Low Prices have Not Brought About a Reduction in Planted Acres
  4. July 21, 2000 #3
  5. Domestic Usage, Not Exports, Is Growth Engine Behind American Corn Market
  6. July 14, 2000 #2
  7. A Funny Thing Happened on the Way. . .
  8. July 5, 2000 #1

 


December 2000

  1. Multinational Agribusinesses: Have Technology, Will Travel
  2. December 29, 2000 #25
  3. Technological Advance: China’s Twist on Farm/Consumer Policies
  4. December 22, 2000 #24
  5. China and the U.S.: Much of Farm Policy Is Consumer Policy
  6. December 15, 2000 #23
  7. Quest for the Holy Grail of Accelerating Exports: Can it be Found in China?
  8. December 8, 2000 #22
  9. Globalization of World Markets Increases Reach of Multinational Ag Suppliers
  10. December 1, 2000 #21

November 2000

  1. Are Multinationals Now the Stealth of Brazil’s Agricultural Expansion?
  2. November 23, 2000 #20
  3. How Low Would Prices Have to go to Persuade Brazil to Reduce Soybean Production?
  4. November 17, 2000 #19
  5. Can the U.S. use Low Prices and Expanded Production to Blunt Brazil’s Soybean Expansion?
  6. November 10, 2000 #18
  7. The StarLinkTM Event: Can it help us Better Understand Broader GMO Issues?
  8. November 3, 2000 #17

October 2000

  1. Wheat: Same Song, Third Verse
  2. October 30, 2000 #16
  3. Soybeans: U.S. Producing More but Enjoying it Less?
  4. October 20, 2000 #15
  5. Optimistic Export Projections in Mid-90s Haunt Crop Farmers
  6. October 6, 2000 #14

September 2000

  1. If Low Prices Cure Low Prices, Why Do We Have $1.50 Corn?
  2. September 29, 2000 #13
  3. Would Repeal of Trade Sanctions Solve Crop Agriculture’s Price and Income Problems?
  4. September 22, 2000 #12
  5. Payments Are Decoupled From Production But Is Production Decoupled From Payments?
  6. September 15, 2000 #11
  7. Have We Given the 1996 Farm Bill A Chance?
  8. September 8, 2000 #10
  9. Planting Flexibility Is Great But It Does Not Address Overproduction (By Itself)
  10. September 1, 2000 #9

August 2000

  1. Free-Market Ag Economists and Agricultural Markets: Premises and Results
  2. August 25, 2000 #8
  3. Decoupled Payments: Are the Effects Explained by Calculus or Simple Arithmetic?
  4. August 18, 2000 #7
  5. Allowing Grain Prices to Fall Does Not Stave Off Loss of Export Market Share
  6. August 11, 2000 #6
  7. Exports: Does Lowering the Price to Capture Market Share Work in the Grain Markets?
  8. August 4, 2000 #5

July 2000

  1. Like Corn, Soybean and Wheat Sales Driven by Domestic Demand, Not Exports
  2. July 28, 2000 #4
  3. Recent Report Shows That Low Prices have Not Brought About a Reduction in Planted Acres
  4. July 21, 2000 #3
  5. Domestic Usage, Not Exports, Is Growth Engine Behind American Corn Market
  6. July 14, 2000 #2
  7. A Funny Thing Happened on the Way. . .
  8. July 5, 2000 #1

 


December 2000

  1. Multinational Agribusinesses: Have Technology, Will Travel
  2. December 29, 2000 #25
  3. Technological Advance: China’s Twist on Farm/Consumer Policies
  4. December 22, 2000 #24
  5. China and the U.S.: Much of Farm Policy Is Consumer Policy
  6. December 15, 2000 #23
  7. Quest for the Holy Grail of Accelerating Exports: Can it be Found in China?
  8. December 8, 2000 #22
  9. Globalization of World Markets Increases Reach of Multinational Ag Suppliers
  10. December 1, 2000 #21

November 2000

  1. Are Multinationals Now the Stealth of Brazil’s Agricultural Expansion?
  2. November 23, 2000 #20
  3. How Low Would Prices Have to go to Persuade Brazil to Reduce Soybean Production?
  4. November 17, 2000 #19
  5. Can the U.S. use Low Prices and Expanded Production to Blunt Brazil’s Soybean Expansion?
  6. November 10, 2000 #18
  7. The StarLinkTM Event: Can it help us Better Understand Broader GMO Issues?
  8. November 3, 2000 #17

October 2000

  1. Wheat: Same Song, Third Verse
  2. October 30, 2000 #16
  3. Soybeans: U.S. Producing More but Enjoying it Less?
  4. October 20, 2000 #15
  5. Optimistic Export Projections in Mid-90s Haunt Crop Farmers
  6. October 6, 2000 #14

September 2000

  1. If Low Prices Cure Low Prices, Why Do We Have $1.50 Corn?
  2. September 29, 2000 #13
  3. Would Repeal of Trade Sanctions Solve Crop Agriculture’s Price and Income Problems?
  4. September 22, 2000 #12
  5. Payments Are Decoupled From Production But Is Production Decoupled From Payments?
  6. September 15, 2000 #11
  7. Have We Given the 1996 Farm Bill A Chance?
  8. September 8, 2000 #10
  9. Planting Flexibility Is Great But It Does Not Address Overproduction (By Itself)
  10. September 1, 2000 #9

August 2000

  1. Free-Market Ag Economists and Agricultural Markets: Premises and Results
  2. August 25, 2000 #8
  3. Decoupled Payments: Are the Effects Explained by Calculus or Simple Arithmetic?
  4. August 18, 2000 #7
  5. Allowing Grain Prices to Fall Does Not Stave Off Loss of Export Market Share
  6. August 11, 2000 #6
  7. Exports: Does Lowering the Price to Capture Market Share Work in the Grain Markets?
  8. August 4, 2000 #5

July 2000

  1. Like Corn, Soybean and Wheat Sales Driven by Domestic Demand, Not Exports
  2. July 28, 2000 #4
  3. Recent Report Shows That Low Prices have Not Brought About a Reduction in Planted Acres
  4. July 21, 2000 #3
  5. Domestic Usage, Not Exports, Is Growth Engine Behind American Corn Market
  6. July 14, 2000 #2
  7. A Funny Thing Happened on the Way. . .
  8. July 5, 2000 #1