Roger W. Gray

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Gray, Roger W. “Price Support Semantics.” Journal of Farm Economics 35(1953): 611-613.

Gray, Roger W. “The Importance of Hedging in Futures Trading; and the Effectiveness of Futures Trading for Hedging.” in Futures Trading Seminar – History and Development, Vol. I, Mimir Publishers Inc.: Madison, WI, 1960, pp.61-120.

Gray, Roger W. “The Characteristic Bias in Some Thin Futures Markets.” Food Research Institute Studies 1(1960):296-312.

Gray, Roger W. “The Relationship among Three Futures Markets: An Example of the Importance of Speculation.” Food Research Institute Studies 2(1961):21-32.

Gray, Roger W. “The Search for a Risk Premium.” Journal of Political Economy 69(1961):250-260.

Gray, Roger W. “The Seasonal Pattern of Wheat Futures Prices under the Loan Program.” Food Research Institute Studies 3(1962):23-34.

Gray, Roger W. “Onions Revisited.” Journal of Farm Economics 45(1963):273-276.

Gray, Roger W. “The Attack upon Potato Futures Trading in the United States.” Food Research Institute Studies 4(1964):97-121.

Gray, Roger W. “Fundamental Price Behavior Characteristics in Commodity Futures.” in Futures Trading Seminar – A Commodity Marketing Forum for College Teachers of Economics, Vol. III, Erwin A. Gaumnitz, ed., Mimir Publishers Inc.: Madison, WI, 1966, pp.71-100.

Gray, Roger W. “Why Does Futures Trading Succeed or Fail? An Analysis of Selected Commodities.” in Futures Trading Seminar – A Commodity Marketing Forum for College Teachers of Economics, Vol. III, Erwin A. Gaumnitz, ed., Mimir Publishers Inc.: Madison, WI, 1966, pp.115-137.

Gray, Roger W. “Price Effects of a Lack of Speculation.” Food Research Institute Studies (1967, Supplement):177-194.

Gray, Roger W. “The Prospects for Trading in Live Hog Futures.” in Futures Trading in Livestock: Origins and Concepts, Henry, H. Bakken, ed., Mimir Publishers Inc.: Madison, WI, 1970, pp.125-132.

Tomek, William G., and Roger W. Gray. “Temporal Relationships among Prices on Commodity Futures Markets: Their Allocative and Stabilizing Roles.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 52(1970: 372-380.

Gray, Roger W., and David J.S. Rutledge. “The Economics of Commodity Futures Markets: A Survey.” Review of Marketing and Agricultural Economics 39(1971):57-108.

Gray, Roger W., and William G. Tomek. “Temporal Relationships among Futures Prices: Reply.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 53(1971):362-366.

Gray, Roger W. “The Futures Market for Maine Potatoes – An Appraisal.” Food Research Institute Studies 11 (1972):313-341.

Gray, Roger W. “Statement at CFTC Delivery Points Meeting.” Kansas City, MO, February 19-20, 1976.

Gray, Roger W. “Risk Management in Commodity and Financial Markets.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 58(1976):280-285.

Gray, Roger W. “Commentary – A Reexamination of Price Changes in the Commodity Futures Market.” International Futures Trading Seminar Proceedings, Vol. V, Chicago Board of Trade, Chicago, IL, 1978, pp.153-154.

Gray, Roger W. “The Emergence of Short Speculation.” International Futures Trading SeminarProceedings, Vol. VI, Chicago Board of Trade, Chicago, IL, 1979, pp.78-115.

Gray, Roger W. “Grain Reserves — Unresolved Issues.” Food Policy 5(1980):26-27.

Gray, Roger W., and Anne E. Peck. “The Chicago Wheat Futures Market – Recent Problems in Historical Perspective.” Food Research Institute Studies 18(1980):89-115.

Gray, Roger W. “Economic Evidence in Manipulation Cases.” Research on Speculation Seminar Report, Chicago Board of Trade, Chicago, IL, 1981, pp.109-120.

Gray, Roger W. “Commentary – Hedging Effectiveness of US Wheat Futures Markets.” Review of Futures Markets 3(1984):80-81.

Gray, Roger W. “Commentary – Predictions of Returns to Commodities Speculation Based on Current Information: Some Evidence of Informational Inefficiency in Futures Markets.” Review of Research in Futures Markets 4(1985):383-385.

Gray, Roger W. ” Commentary – Costs of Regulation of Futures Markets: The 1958 Onion Futures Act.” Review of Futures Markets 8(1989):56-57.

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