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Comment on "Corn Production Shocks in 2012 and Beyond: Implications for Food Price Volatility"

Derek Headey


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Chapter in forthcoming NBER book The Economics of Food Price Volatility, Jean-Paul Chavas, David Hummels, and Brian Wright
Conference held August 15-16, 2012
Forthcoming from University of Chicago Press

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