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An economic analysis of the recession in wool prices in 1957/59 with special reference to the operations of the New Zealand wool commission
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1965)
It is well known that prices of raw wool exhibit wide fluctuations in the space of relatively short periods. Wool production does not vary greatly from season to season so fluctuations in wool prices mean fluctuation in ...