Pazarlioğlu, M. Vedat; Miran, Bülent
June 2007
Ekev Academic Review;Summer2007, Vol. 11 Issue 32, p351
Academic Journal
Expenditure on food is the most important expenditure item which is necessary for healthy and robust life. Among this expenditure, consumption of solid and liquid oil in terms of quality has special importance. This survey study has been made to 1700 house in the borders of Ä°zmir metropolis in order to expose the variables affecting liquid oil demand. Definitive statistics of liquid purchase behavior of household haid oil has been obtained. Demand for liquid oil in Izmir estimated as Almost Ideal Demand System.


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