Agricultural incentives in Malaysia: Trends, patterns and policy implications
Malaysia is notable among developing countries for its long-standing commitment to maintaining a relatively open trade policy regime. However, there are still some anomalies in the incentive structure that encourage channelling of resources into unproductive activities. This paper aims to (i) provide an analytical narrative of the nature and evolution of trade and the related accompanying policies impacting on domestic agriculture, with a focus on the underlying political economy, and (ii)...[Show more]
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