Perspectives on International Agricultural Trade and Development
Agricultural trade and development is a backbone of international trade. It includes agricultural trade patterns, commercial policy, international institutions such as WTO, Tariff and non-tariff barriers in international trade, exchange rates, biotechnology and trade, agricultural labour mobility, land reform, environment and the areas and issues spanning these areas. This book presents new and important research in the field.
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WELFARE EFFECTS OF SUPPLY EXPANSION WITH TRADE RESTRICTIONS THE CASE OF SALMON
IMPLICATION OF US RICE EXPORT PROMOTION PROGRAMS THE CASE OF SELECTED LATIN AMERICAN COUNTRIES
ENDOGENOUS TRADE PROTECTION IN THE MEXICAN CORN MARKET
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