3 edition of political economy of agricultural protection found in the catalog.
political economy of agricultural protection
by Allen & Unwin in association with the Australia-Japan Research Centre, Australian National University in Sydney, Boston
Written in English
|Statement||Kym Anderson and Yujiro Hayami with Aurelia George ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Hayami, Yujiro, 1932-, Mulgan, Aurelia George.|
|LC Classifications||HF2651.F27 A3533 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 185 p. :|
|Number of Pages||185|
|ISBN 10||0868619922, 0868618012|
|LC Control Number||85072679|
Origins of agriculture - Origins of agriculture - Economics, politics, and agriculture: Agriculture has always been influenced by the actions of governments around the world. Never has this been more evident than during the first half of the 20th century, when two major wars profoundly disrupted food production. In response to the tumultuous economic climate, European countries implemented. The book contains six chapters, each focusing on a particular topic. The first chapter, “General conditions for cultivation of crops”, talks about the basic needs of farmers and farming sector, by providing basic knowledge on Good Agricultural Practices (GAP), enhancing the awareness of farmers on critical factors.
what is agricultural economics? chapter one 3 water could become the critical scarce natural resource in the near future. In addition to natural resources, scarce resources also include biological resources such as live- stock, wildlife, and different genetic varieties of crops. In this paper we analyze the political economy of agricultural producer support in the OECD countries between and We review the variety of theories of agricultural protection created by economists to explain this apparent anomaly. Most of these theories give short shrift to institutional features of the political system by simply.
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It considers the level of autonomy of these countries in light of globalized agriculture. The contributors feature specialists in agriculture, finance, economics and political science.
They begin with discussions on the political economy of privatization and a historical overview and continue with thoughts on agricultural decollectivization in twelve countries across Eastern Europe including Albania, the Baltic countries, Bulgaria.
We study the political economy of instrument choice with an application to agricultural and food policies. We present stylized facts on the choice of policy instruments and develop a political economy theory of instrument choice.
The key predictions of the model suggest a rational explanation of instrument choice patterns, based on the trade-off between transaction costs and distortions of the. Agricultural markets have often been the recipients of tariff protection.
This involves Tariffs on cheaper imports Quotes on imports Government subsidies to domestic farmers Reasons for Agricultural Protection Farmers have lower incomes than the rest of the population and don't tend to benefit from economic growth (low income elasticity of.
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The probability of the next WTO round delivering sizeable farm protection cuts would be greater if better WTO rules regarding domestic regulatory policies were introduced, as they could reduce the risk of farm trade measures being replaced with domestic agricultural assistance that may be.
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This is a rewarding book that substantially contributes to understandings of agroeconomics and development, writes Josselin. The book’s thesis is broken down into three parts, beginning with an overview of the political economy of agriculture before introducing Latin American soybean production.
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This empirical study uses years of annual data on 11 agricultural commodities from Belgium to measure the impact of structural changes coinciding with economic development and changes in political institutions on agricultural protection. The analysis shows that changes in agricultural protection are caused by a combination of factors.
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4 por Anne O. Krueger,disponible en Book Depository con envío gratis.In this paper we analyze the political economy of agricultural producer support in the OECD countries between and We review the variety of theories of agricultural protection created by economists to explain this apparent anomaly.
Most of these theories give short shrift to institutional features of the political system by simply assuming that politics is determined by underlying.