The use of game theory in the global wheat market
Keywords:نظرية الالعاب ، س, ق القمح ، نم, ذج ك, رن, ت
Wheat is of great importance on the economic and political levels as a strategic commodity and despite the world's trend towards economic freedom and the elimination of subsidies, the developed countries exporting wheat still support this strategic crop that falls within the oligopoly market and the research tries to apply the oligopoly market to the global wheat market. As it emerged from the results of the application of the Cornute model that the main wheat market has the characteristics of oligopoly.
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