The FAPRI models were developed to quantify trade and policy interactions among the major importing and exporting regions of the world. They are intended primarily for use in making intermediate-term projections and conducting policy impact analysis. Thus, they are relatively small, partial equilibrium models but incorporate the most basic supply, demand, price, and policy variables in these sectors.
Summary of paper by Meyers, Devadoss and Helmar prepared for the International Agricultural Trade Research Consortium Meeting, December 16-18, 1985, Vancouver, British Columbia.
Meyers, William H.; Devadoss, S.; and Helmar, Michael D., "Baseline Projections, Yield Impacts, and Trade Liberalization Impacts for Soybeans, Wheat, and Feed Grains: A FAPRI Trade Model Analysis" (1986). CARD Working Papers. 47.