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These working papers are designed to promptly disseminate the preliminary findings of work in progress, in order to receive comments before they are finalized. The views expressed are the authors’ alone and not necessarily those of the World Bank and its Executive Directors, nor the countries they represent, nor of the institutions (most notably Dutch and British Trust Funds) that are helping to finance this research project. Final versions of these papers appear in the following books (hard copies of which can be ordered by clicking here):

  • Anderson, K. and J. Swinnen (eds.), Distortions to Agricultural Incentives in Europe’s Transition Economies, Washington DC: World Bank, June 2008
  • Anderson, K. and A. Valdés (eds.), Distortions to Agricultural Incentives in Latin America, Washington DC: World Bank, October 2008
  • Anderson, K. and W.A. Masters (eds.), Distortions to Agricultural Incentives in Africa, Washington DC: World Bank, March 2009
  • Anderson, K. and W. Martin (eds.), Distortions to Agricultural Incentives in Asia, Washington DC: World Bank, March 2009
  • Anderson, K. (ed.), Distortions to Agricultural Incentives: A Global Perspective, 1955 to 2007, London: Palgrave Macmillan and Washington DC: World Bank, October 2009

At the bottom of the list of working papers below, there is list of countries where national Excel spreadsheets can be accessed. Those spreadsheets contain the annual price and quantity data from which the agricultural distortion estimates were calculated.

WORKING PAPERS

NATIONAL SPREADSHEETS

 

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Disclaimer:
This series of papers is designed to promptly disseminate the findings of work in progress for comment before they are finalized. The views expressed are the authors’ alone and not necessarily those of the World Bank and its Executive Directors, nor the institutions providing support for this research.

 

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