California Agriculture and World Trade
AuthorsBeatrice M. Bain
Authors AffiliationsBeatrice M. Bain is Assistant Specialist, Agricultural Economics, Experiment Station, University of California, Berkeley; Sidney S. Hoos is Professor, Dept. of Agricultural Economics and Agricultural Economist, Experiment Station, University of California, Berkeley.
Hilgardia 19(1):10-12. DOI:10.3733/ca.v019n01p10. January 1965.
AbstractTrade expansion for California is being examined currently as much for its balance and composition as for its increases. Efforts being made to stimulate California export trade are of a long-run nature to develop commercial markets. The state and its agricultural industries, faced with the need and opportunity for enlarged markets abroad, are recognizing that we cannot stand aloof. What is happening in the European Common Market, the changing trends of world trade, and the relations between the developed and newly emerging nations all affect the future of California agriculture. This article discusses agriculture in the pattern of international trade.
Bain B, Hoos S. 1965. California Agriculture and World Trade. Hilgardia 19(1):10-12. DOI:10.3733/ca.v019n01p10