Europe, Commodities and the Common Fund

  • Peter Ady


The European countries’ attitudes cannot be distinguished in range or content from those of the whole UN Group B of which they form a major part. There is no identifiable European attitude as such.


Price Stabilisation Commodity Market Buffer Stock Commodity Future Common Fund 
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    See P. Ady, Conference Proceedings (Oxford: Centre for Research in the NIEO, Dec. 1978).Google Scholar
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    See W. Labys and H. C. Thomas, ‘Speculation, Hedging and Commodity Price Behaviour’, Applied Economics, vol. 75, no. 7, pp. 287–301 (1975).CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    See R. J. Teweles, C. V. Harlow and H. L. Stone, The Commodity Futures Game (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1974).Google Scholar

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© Jacques De Bandt, Péter Mándi and Dudley Seers 1980

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