Farm policy in developing countries: What next?
Two decades ago a major World Bank research project showed that many developing countries, postindependence, directly or indirectly taxed agriculture relative to other sectors of their economy (Anne O. Krueger, Maurice Schiff, and Alberto Valdés, “Agricultural Incentives in Developing Countries,” World Bank Economic Review 2 : 255–72). A new research project revisits that issue to see how much the situation has changed in different parts of the world since the mid-1980s. It...[Show more]
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