Nonlinear Programming and the Food Price Index.
MASSACHUSETTS UNIV AMHERST DEPT OF GENERAL BUSINESS AND FINANCE
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There is a possibility that planning on both institutional and household levels will begin to utilize mathematical programming models in the future. In such applications relative food price changes induce predictable changes in the food quantities purchased. A new understanding concerning food preference functions provides the motivation for this report.
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