Agriculture's 'multifunctionality' and the WTO
Are the agricultural policy reforms embodied in the Uruguay Round consistent with meeting domestic policy objectives such as providing adequate food security, environmental protection and viability of rural areas? This article examines the claim that agriculture deserves more price support and import protection than other sectors because of the non-marketed externalities and public goods it produces jointly with marketable food and fibre (agriculture's so-called 'multifunctionality'). Do...[Show more]
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|Source:||The Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics|
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