Price elasticity of demand for beer wine and spirits

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					                      Price elasticity of demand
Uncompensated own-price elasticity for broad consumption groups, 144 countries, 2005

                       Food, Beverages    Clothing &                     House      Medical &     Transport &
Country                   & tobacco        footwear       Housing      furnishing    health     communication   Recreation   Education   Other
Turkey                      -0.626           -0.724        -0.821        -0.784      -0.980          -0.874       -1.056      -0.686     -0.983
Denmark                     -0.451           -0.722        -0.821        -0.783      -0.919          -0.863       -0.955      -0.679     -0.925
Sweden                      -0.447           -0.722        -0.821        -0.783      -0.919          -0.863       -0.954      -0.679     -0.924
Italy                       -0.443           -0.722        -0.821        -0.783      -0.918          -0.863       -0.953      -0.679     -0.924
Belgium                     -0.442           -0.722        -0.821        -0.783      -0.918          -0.863       -0.953      -0.679     -0.924
Spain                       -0.438           -0.722        -0.821        -0.783      -0.917          -0.863       -0.952      -0.679     -0.923
Hong Kong, China            -0.436           -0.722        -0.821        -0.783      -0.917          -0.863       -0.952      -0.679     -0.923
Ireland                     -0.431           -0.722        -0.821        -0.783      -0.916          -0.863       -0.950      -0.679     -0.922
Japan                       -0.430           -0.722        -0.821        -0.783      -0.916          -0.862       -0.950      -0.679     -0.922
Australia                   -0.428           -0.722        -0.821        -0.783      -0.916          -0.862       -0.950      -0.679     -0.922
France                      -0.428           -0.722        -0.821        -0.783      -0.916          -0.862       -1.771      -0.679     -0.922
Cyprus                      -0.423           -0.722        -0.821        -0.782      -0.915          -0.862       -0.949      -0.678     -0.921
Germany                     -0.414           -0.722        -0.821        -0.782      -0.914          -0.862       -0.947      -0.678     -0.920
Netherlands                 -0.414           -0.722        -0.821        -0.782      -0.914          -0.862       -0.947      -0.678     -0.920
Norway                      -0.411           -0.722        -0.821        -0.782      -0.913          -0.862       -0.946      -0.678     -0.920
Canada                      -0.411           -0.722        -0.821        -0.782      -0.913          -0.862       -0.946      -0.678     -0.920
Iceland                     -0.410           -0.722        -0.821        -0.782      -0.913          -0.862       -0.946      -0.678     -0.919
Switzerland                 -0.400           -0.722        -0.821        -0.782      -0.912          -0.862       -0.944      -0.678     -0.918
United Kingdom              -0.398           -0.722        -0.821        -0.782      -0.912          -0.862       -0.944      -0.678     -0.918
Austria                     -0.389           -0.722        -0.821        -0.782      -0.911          -0.861       -0.942      -0.678     -0.917
Luxembourg                  -0.332           -0.722        -0.821        -0.782      -0.905          -0.860       -0.934      -0.676     -0.912
United States               -0.297           -0.721        -0.821        -0.782      -0.902          -0.860       -0.930      -0.676     -0.909

Countries are reported based on ascending per capita real income levels.



                                   Source: USDA Data Sets: International Food Consumption Patterns
    Price elasticity of demand for beer,
              wine and spirits




Source: Fogarty, 2008. The demand for beer, wine and spirits: Insights form a meta-analysis approach. American Wine Association
 Cross-price elasticities of demand for
low, middle and high-income countries




         Source: USDA, 2010. Cross-price elasticities of demand for 114 countries
Income elasticities of demand for food




 Source: Regmi et al. , 2001. Cross-country analysis of food consumption patterns. USDA Economic Research Service
Elasticity of supply for housing




 Source: Sanchez and Johansson, 2011. The price responsiveness of housing supply in OECD countries. OECD
           Elasticity of supply for oil




Krichene, 2002. World crude oil and natural gas: a demand and supply model. Energy Economics, 24, 557-576

				
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