From Black Jack McEwen to the Cairns Group Reform in Australian agricultural policy
[Introduction]: ...This paper describes how Australia moved from an interventionist agricultural policy to the leadership of the Cairns Group during the Uruguay Round. It discusses the dismantling of price supports, stabilisation schemes and the myriad of other government interventions in agriculture and suggests that this process was facilitated by timely political developments which allowed agricultural economists to gain the reform for which they had been calling for years. Following Kingdon...[Show more]
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