Open Access Presidential Scholars Thesis
Ken McCormick, Chair
Beef industry--Econometric models;
The beef industry in the United States is changing on a daily basis. Retailers across the country are always striving to increase profits and cut costs. Through econometric study, this paper looks at viewing different factors that influence the final price and cost of beef to the retailer. With good results, a retailer can use this knowledge to achieve their ultimate goal: to make more money.
Date of Award
Department of Economics
Presidential Scholar Designation
A paper submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the designation Presidential Scholar
1 PDF file (18 pages)
©2017 John David Kamienski
Kamienski, John David, "The factors influencing the price of beef, an econometric study" (2006). Presidential Scholars Theses (1990 – 2006). 22.