Price and quantity endogeneity in demand analysis: evidence from directed acyclic graphs
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We propose to use the emerging method of directed graphs to study price/quantity endogeneity issues in empirical demand analysis. The approach is illustrated through the examination of U.S. meat consumption. We find that for two major meat products (beef and poultry), retail prices contemporaneously caused quantities consumed, thus were predetermined. In contrast, the quantity consumed of pork appeared to be predetermined relative to its price. © 2006 International Association of Agricultural Economists.
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Wang, Z., & Bessler, D. A.