The Potential Effects of Increased Demand for U.S. Agricultural Exports on Metro and Nonmetro Employment

by KDEC on April 24, 2017

Economic Research Report No. (ERR-227) 41 pp, April 2017

by Steven Zahniser, Thomas Hertz, Peter B. Dixon, and Maureen T. Rimmer

A hypothetical 10-percent increase in foreign demand for U.S. agricultural exports is found to result in a 6.7-percent increase in the volume of such exports, worth $9.7 billion at 2013 prices, and to create about 41,500 additional jobs.

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