Corn Ethanol and Fuel Prices

Curtis, Matthew J.D.
2012

Corn ethanol production has been increasingly significant in the last decade. While it has several desirable traits, such as being more environmentally friendly than fossil fuels and promoting energy independence, ethanol requires the diversion of corn from food to fuel. While it is very likely that some price increase will occur, some of the increase in demand for corn will be partially met by an... read more

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Undergraduate honors theses
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Food prices.
Corn -- Economic aspects.
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theses
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