Further conceptual and empirical considerations using Indian wholesale prices
Spatial and intertemporal integration of food markets in developing countries are important for the price system to efficiently allocate resources and products across regions and time. India’s liberalisation of food crop marketing in the early 1990’s has renewed interest in evaluating the consequences for market integration. Not surprisingly, this interest is widespread because structural change and liberalisation have occurred in the agricultural sectors of many developing countries. Given...[Show more]
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