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  • Valuation of Cotton Characteristics by U.S. Textile Manufacturers 

    Ethridge, Don; Chen, Changping (2010-05-10)
    This study analyzed the prices paid by textile mill manufacturers for cotton quality attributes across production regions for the period 1992-1995. Results suggest that textile manufacturers paid different fiber attribute ...
  • Values Placed on U.S. Cotton Fiber Attributes by Textile Manufacturers 

    Chen, Changping; Ethridge, Don E. (Textile Institute, 1997)
    Price premiums and discounts paid for cotton quality attributes (trash, color, length, strength, and micronaire) by textile manufacturers were derived for three US cotton production regions. The data for the analysis were ...
  • Valuing HVI Quality Differences in U.S. Cotton 

    Ethridge, Don (National Cotton Council of America, 1996)
    Hedonic price analysis as it applies to analyzing and understanding how cotton prices are affected by quality attributes is discussed. Two hedonic studies on cotton are described and results presented as a means of ...
  • Variability in Arizona Cotton Production 

    Ethridge, Don E.; Wilson, Paul N.; Chen, Changping (National Cotton Council of America, 1993)
    Cotton in the Arizona desert land has exhibited some large production fluctuations over the past three decades. Three detrending techniques were used to measure these production variations. Results revealed that Pima cotton ...
  • Variability of Cotton Yield and Quality 

    Johnson, Phillip N.; Green, Cary J.; Elms, Michael K. (Taylor and Francis, 2001)
    Precision agriculture technologies offer an opportunity to vary production inputs within a field. Variable rate application offers the potential to increase production efficiency and minimize potential adverse environmental ...
  • A Variable Price Support Farm Program: A Transition Tool to a Free Market. 

    Segarra, Eduardo; Hyberg, Bengt; Huang, Wen_Yuan (Southern Agricultural Economics Association, 1990-07)
    This paper analyzes a variable price support program (VPS) as an alternative to the current farn income support program. The VPS program can control U.S. agricultural production while protecting income of small farmers. ...
  • WELFARE ANALYSIS OF THE DOMINICAN REPUBLICCENTRAL AMERICA-UNITED STATES FREE TRADE AGREEMENT: The Cotton Textile and Apparel Industries 

    Ethridge, Don E.; Fadiga, Mohamadou; Mohanty, Samarendu; Welch, Mark; Pan, Suwen (The International Trade Journal, 2008)
    This article studies the effects of the Dominican Republic-Central America-United States Free Trade Agreement (US-CAFTA-DR) on the world fiber market using a partial equilibrium modeling approach. We find the effect of the ...
  • World Cotton Outlook: Projections to 2015/16 

    Mohanty, Samarendu; Fadiga, Mohamadou L.; Pan, Suwen; Welch, Mark; Ethridge, Don E. (2006-01)
    The Global Fibers Model developed at the Cotton Economics Research Institute at Texas Tech University was used to generate 10-year projections of cotton and textile production, mill use, and trade for 24 countries/regions ...
  • The WTO Cotton Case and US Domestic Policy 

    Robinson, John; Malaga, Jamie E.; Rosson III, C.Parr; Hudson, Darren (American Agricultural Economics Association, 2005)