Agricultural price distortions: trends and volatility, past, and prospective
Historically, earnings from farming in many developing countries have been depressed by a pro-urban bias in own-country policies, as well as by governments of richer countries favouring their farmers with import barriers and subsidies. Both sets of policies reduced global economic welfare and agricultural trade, and added to global inequality and poverty. Over the past three decades, much progress has been made in reducing agricultural protection in high-income countries and agricultural...[Show more]
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|Source:||Agricultural Economics 44.supplement 1 (2013): 163–171|
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