Agricultural price policy in Bangladesh : general equilibrium effects on growth and sectoral income distribution
Bangladesh grew very slowly when it was a part of Pakistan and its growth scarcely accelerated after independence in 1971. Poor overall performance reflects poor agricultural productivity, for agriculture is still the dominant economic sector, providing livelihood for some 80 per cent of the population. This study is concerned with the reasons for the low growth of agriculture and the economy more generally. Since farmers in Bangladesh, like farmers in most countries, are responsive to the...[Show more]
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