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That the United States produces and exports high-quality flue-cured tobacco, while importing low-quality tobacco, is thought to be - at least in part - a response to the tobacco marketing quotas. Such quality responses to quantity controls can be seen in terms of the Alchian and Allen (1964) theorem and Barzel's (1976) alternative approach to taxation. The Alchian and Allen theorem concerns the effects of per unit costs on the relative consumption of high-quality and low-quality goods. The original example concerned "good" and "bad" grapes grown in California.
Producer and policy responses Variability and policies that affect the degree of market variability also have indirect effects. Risk averse producers may respond systematically to policies that change price variability. In addition, changes in market conditions may provoke policy responses. S. commodity programs. , insurance) markets are incomplete, price stabilization will induce a supply response. As a result, producers may produce more for a given guaranteed price than they would for the same expected price.
MarketingInputs Market PMo I QMI M QM0 PF c. FarmProduct Market PFo Dr 1 QFI QF0 Figure 9. Surplusdistribution in a modelwith two factors used in fixedproportions. Equilibrium in the retail market is given by the intersection of DR and SR, with a quantity of QR 0 and a price of PRo. M. S. James Table 2 Surplus distribution in a model with two factors used in fixed proportions Market Retail Marketing input Farm product Producer surplus (PS) B=D+ D F F Consumer surplus (CS) Total (net) surplus (NS) A C = A+ F E = A+ D A + B= A + D+ F C+ D = A+ D + F E + F = A+ D+ F Note: The entries in this table refer to areas in Figure 9.