عنوان مقاله [English]
This study is surveying the effect of asymmetric price transmission on mutton market margin in Iran. For this purpose, model of market margin is estimated using combination marketing cost model with Houck model. According to the results, increasing in mutton price, decreasing in mutton price, trend, mutton keeping cost, and dummy variable (spring season) have a significant effect on mutton market margin. The sign of these variables except dummy variable (spring season) are positive. Also, results revealed that changing in sheep price do not transfer to retailer absolutely and price transmission is asymmetric in long and short run.
JEL Classification: E30, M31, E64
Keywords: Market Margin, Mutton, Price, Asymmetric Transmission