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Andrew Muhammad
Andrew Muhammad
Professor and Blasingame Chair of Excellence, University of Tennessee
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International evidence on food consumption patterns: an update using 2005 international comparison program data
A Muhammad, JL Seale, B Meade, A Regmi
USDA-ERS technical bulletin, 2011
3322011
Disentangling corn price volatility: the role of global demand, speculation, and energy
LL McPhail, X Du, A Muhammad
Journal of agricultural and applied economics 44 (3), 401-410, 2012
1292012
How income and food prices influence global dietary intakes by age and sex: evidence from 164 countries
A Muhammad, A D’Souza, B Meade, R Micha, D Mozaffarian
BMJ global health 2 (3), e000184, 2017
972017
The production theory approach to import demand analysis: A comparison of the Rotterdam model and the differential production approach
AA Washington, RL Kilmer
Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 34 (3), 431-443, 2002
532002
The evolution of foreign wine demand in China
A Muhammad, AM Leister, L McPhail, W Chen
Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 58 (3), 392-408, 2014
522014
The emergence of an agro-energy sector: is agriculture importing instability from the oil sector?
A Muhammad, E Kebede
Choices 24 (1), 12-15, 2009
512009
The impact of preferential trade arrangements on EU imports from developing countries: The case of fresh cut flowers
A Muhammad, WA Amponsah, JH Dennis
Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 32 (2), 254-274, 2010
382010
China's soybean product imports: an analysis of price effects using a production system approach
W Chen, MA Marchant, A Muhammad
China Agricultural Economic Review 4 (4), 499-513, 2012
372012
Global patterns in price elasticities of sugar-sweetened beverage intake and potential effectiveness of tax policy: a cross-sectional study of 164 countries by sex, age and …
A Muhammad, B Meade, DR Marquardt, D Mozaffarian
BMJ open 9 (8), e026390, 2019
362019
Source-based preferences and US salmon imports
A Muhammad, KG Jones
Marine Resource Economics 26 (3), 191-209, 2011
362011
Determining tourist arrivals in Uganda: The impact of distance, trade and origin-specific factors
A Muhammad, D Andrews
African Journal of Accounting, Economics, Finance and Banking Research 2 (2), 2008
362008
Would African countries benefit from the termination of Kenya’s Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) with the EU? An analysis of EU demand for imported roses
A Muhammad
Journal of Agricultural Economics 60 (1), 220-238, 2009
342009
The impact of domestic and import prices on US lamb imports: A production system approach
A Muhammad, KG Jones, WF Hahn
Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 36 (2), 293-303, 2007
322007
Violence, instability, and trade: evidence from Kenya’s cut flower sector
A Muhammad, A D’Souza, W Amponsah
World Development 51, 20-31, 2013
30*2013
The impact of increasing non-agricultural market access on EU demand for imported fish: implications for Lake Victoria chilled fillet exports
A Muhammad
European Review of Agricultural Economics 34 (4), 461-477, 2007
252007
The influence of income and prices on global dietary patterns by country, age, and gender
A Muhammad, A D’Souza, B Meade, R Micha, D Mozaffarian
242017
Do US cotton subsidies affect competing exporters? An analysis of import demand in China
A Muhammad, L McPhail, J Kiawu
Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 44 (2), 235-249, 2012
242012
New international evidence on food consumption patterns: A focus on cross-price effects based on 2005 international comparison program data
B Meade, A Regmi, JL Seale, A Muhammad
USDA-ERS Technical Bulletin, 2014
232014
The impact of catfish imports on the US wholesale and farm sectors
A Muhammad, SJ Neal, TR Hanson, KG Jones
Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 39 (3), 429-441, 2010
232010
In Vino ‘No’Veritas: impacts of fraud on wine imports in China
A Muhammad, AM Countryman
Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 63 (4), 742-758, 2019
222019
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