How Distorted Have Agricultural Incentives Become in Europe's Transition Economies?
Over the past two decades, earnings from farming in the former communist countries of Eastern Europe and Central Asia have been altered hugely by government sectoral and trade policy reforms. This paper summarizes evidence on the changing extent of distortions to markets for farm products since the transition away from planned prices began. In particular, it examines the extent to which, following initial shocks, there has been a gradual improvement in farmer incentives. This new evidence...[Show more]
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