Agricultural Trade Liberalization: Implications for Developing Countries
"Based on an international symposium held in Paris from 5th to 6th October 1989 ... jointly organised by the World Bank and the OECD Development Centre ...".
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PREFACE by Louis Emmery and Michel Petit
Chapter I AGRICULTURAL TRADE LIBERALIZATION AND THE DEVELOPING
HOW DEVELOPING COUNTRIES COULD GAIN FROM AGRICULTURAL
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adjustment aggregate agricultural liberalization agricultural policies agricultural prices agricultural production agricultural sector agricultural trade liberalization analysis Argentina assumed base beef Brazil cent cereal cereal imports CGE models coarse grains commodity prices Computable General Equilibrium consumption cost debt deficit demand developing countries distortions domestic prices Economic effects elasticities equations estimates exchange rate factor farm feed food policies food prices foreign exchange gains GATT IIASA impact implications industrial inputs international prices Janvry labour levels livestock long-run macroeconomic meat MTM model non-agricultural OECD countries output partial equilibrium partial equilibrium models price changes price increases producer prices productivity growth programmes protection PSEs quota reduced reference scenario reform relative price rent seeking revenue rice rise Roningen scenario simulation South Korea Sub-Saharan Africa subsidies sugar supply Table tariff terms of trade Tyers urban Uruguay Round valorem variables WALRAS welfare wheat World Bank world market world prices Zietz