Recent Submissions

  • PVYn and Potato Wart Disease Outbreaks in Prince Edward Island: Policy Response and Analysis 

    Clark, J. S., Petr Prochazka, Emmanuel K. Yiridoe, and Katerina Prochazkova. 2007. "PVYn and Potato Wart Disease Outbreaks in Prince Edward Island: Policy Response and Analysis." Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 55(4): 527-534.
    This study analyzed the impact of PVYn and potato wart disease outbreaks in PEI on the potato industry. The two disease outbreaks resulted in loss of the U.S. seed export market to PEI producers. The effects of the disease ...
  • Do Price Stabilisation Schemes Contribute to Stability? Some Counterfactual Evidence from the Canadian Barley Market 

    Matheson, Robert, J. S. Clark, and K. K. Klein. 1995. "Do Price Stabilisation Schemes Contribute to Stability? Some Counterfactual Evidence from the Canadian Barley Market." European Review of Agricultural Economics 22(1): 25-39.
    The impact of price stabilisation schemes on producer expectations has generally been ignored by policy makers. Using a theoretical model of the Canadian prairie barley market, unconditional mean price and two-year ...
  • Alternative Fat Taxes to Control Obesity 

    Clark, J. Stephen, and O. Ludwig Dittrich. 2010. "Alternative Fat Taxes to Control Obesity." International Advances in Economic Research 16(4): 388-394.
    This paper examines three alternative types of fat taxes to determine how effective they may be in reducing obesity. Upon the examination of the available evidence as to the effectiveness of fat taxes in reducing obesity ...
  • The inconsistency of land values, land rents, and capitalization formulas 

    Clark, J. Stephen, Murray Fulton, and John T.,Jr Scott. 1993. "The inconsistency of land values, land rents, and capitalization formulas." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 75(1): 147.
    Relationships that exists between farm income, land values and capital asset pricing theory are examined. Land prices and land rents do not have the same time-series representations, a necessary condition for the simple ...
  • The Transmission of Trends in Retail Food and Farm Prices 

    REED, ALBERT J., and J. STEPHEN CLARK. 1998. "The Transmission of Trends in Retail Food and Farm Prices." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 80(5): 1139.
    Examines the transmission of trends in retail food and farm prices. Stochastic trends and empirical food price analysis; Results; Conclusions.
  • Comments on neoclassical production theory and testing in agriculture 

    Clark, J. Stephen, and Barry T. Coyle. 1994. "Comments on neoclassical production theory and testing in agriculture." Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 42(1): 19-27.
    No abstract available.
  • Nerlovian Area Response as an Error Correction Model: An Application to Western Canadian Agriculture 

    Clark, J. S., and K. K. Klein. 1996. "Nerlovian Area Response as an Error Correction Model: An Application to Western Canadian Agriculture." Empirical Economics 21(4): 501-512.
    The relationship between Nerlovian partial adjustment models and error correction models is explored. Unit root tests are employed to test stationarity of price, area and stock data of crops in the Canadian province of ...
  • Are Subsidies Capitalized into Land Values? Some Time Series Evidence from Saskatchewan 

    Clark, J. S., K. K. Klein, and Shelley J. Thompson. 1993. "Are Subsidies Capitalized into Land Values? Some Time Series Evidence from Saskatchewan." Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 41(2): 155-168.
    A simple capitalization formula model is used to determine whether subsidies are capitalized into land values. Using Saskatchewan annual data, it is found that while income by itself cannot support the secular growth in ...
  • Single Desk Selling by the Canadian Wheat Board: Does It Have an Impact? 

    Clark, J. S.. 1995. "Single Desk Selling by the Canadian Wheat Board: Does It Have an Impact?." Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 43(2): 225-236.
    The Canadian Wheat Board justifies its monopoly control over the marketing of barley on the basis of single desk selling. It argues that single desk selling raises the pooled price that farmers receive for their barley ...
  • Popper and Production: Testing Parametric Restrictions in Systems under Nonstationarity 

    Clark, J. S., and K. G. Grant. 2000. "Popper and Production: Testing Parametric Restrictions in Systems under Nonstationarity." Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 48(1): 15-25.
    No abstract available.
  • Report of the Rapporteur for the Canadian Agricultural Economics Society workshop on the Canadian potato industry 

    Clark, J. Stephen. 1997. "Report of the Rapporteur for the Canadian Agricultural Economics Society workshop on the Canadian potato industry." Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 45(4): 471.
    No abstract available.