Behind copper prices: a historical perspective 1850 - 1950

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Behind copper prices: a historical perspective 1850 - 1950. / Badia-Miró, Marc; Anna , Carreras; Ducoing, Cristian.

2019. (LSR Working papers series; No. 2019:03).

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Badia-Miró M, Anna C, Ducoing C. 2019. Behind copper prices: a historical perspective 1850 - 1950. (LSR Working papers series; 2019:03).

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Badia-Miró, Marc, Carreras Anna , d Cristian Ducoing Behind copper prices: a historical perspective 1850 - 1950. LSR Working papers series; 2019:03. 2019., 18 p.

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Badia-Miró M, Anna C, Ducoing C. Behind copper prices: a historical perspective 1850 - 1950. 2019 Dec. (LSR Working papers series; 2019:03).

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Badia-Miró, Marc ; Anna , Carreras ; Ducoing, Cristian. / Behind copper prices: a historical perspective 1850 - 1950. 2019. (LSR Working papers series; 2019:03).

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TY - UNPB

T1 - Behind copper prices: a historical perspective 1850 - 1950

AU - Badia-Miró, Marc

AU - Anna , Carreras

AU - Ducoing, Cristian

PY - 2019/12

Y1 - 2019/12

N2 - Commodity prices and their secular trends are at the core of many different development theories, particularly relevant for the Latin American region, like the Prebisch-Singer hypothesis, the natural resource curse theory or the somehow malthusian scarcity prediction. In this article we review the international copper price indices available in the literature and we compare them with a new data set, elaborated from the Official Foreign Trade statistics of one of the main copper producers (Chile) This data has included information on value added and several price/volume indicators allowing to elaborate a more accurate copper price estimation in the long run. This information will enhance our knowledge on commodity prices, mineral trends and structural change.

AB - Commodity prices and their secular trends are at the core of many different development theories, particularly relevant for the Latin American region, like the Prebisch-Singer hypothesis, the natural resource curse theory or the somehow malthusian scarcity prediction. In this article we review the international copper price indices available in the literature and we compare them with a new data set, elaborated from the Official Foreign Trade statistics of one of the main copper producers (Chile) This data has included information on value added and several price/volume indicators allowing to elaborate a more accurate copper price estimation in the long run. This information will enhance our knowledge on commodity prices, mineral trends and structural change.

KW - Copper prices

KW - Price Indices

KW - Product diversification

KW - Natural resources

KW - N16

KW - N50

KW - Q32

UR - https://lusem.lu.se/media/ehl/SFH/LSRWPS0319.pdf

M3 - Working paper

T3 - LSR Working papers series

BT - Behind copper prices: a historical perspective 1850 - 1950

ER -