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World Bank working papers and publications

1 .Grain price spikes and beggar-thy-neighbor policy responses : a global economywide analysis
2 .Food price spikes, price insulation, and poverty
3 .Political economy of public policies : insights from distortions to agricultural and food markets
4 .Distortions to agriculture and economic growth in Sub-Saharan Africa
5 .Unfinished Business? The WTO's Doha Agenda
6 .The World Bank economic review 25 (2)
7 .Export restrictions and price insulation during commodity price booms
8 .Would freeing up world trade reduce poverty and inequality ? the vexed role of agricultural distortions
9 .Trade barrier volatility and domestic price stabilization : evidence from agriculture
10 .How do governments respond to food price spikes ? lessons from the past
11 .Novel indicators of the trade and welfare effects of agricultural distortions in OECD countries
12 .Agricultural distortions in Sub-Saharan Africa : trade and welfare indicators, 1961 to 2004
13 .Changing contributions of different agricultural policy instruments to global reductions in trade and welfare
14 .Agricultural price distortions, inequality, and poverty
15 .The World Bank research observer 25 (1)
16 .Krueger/Schiff/Valdes revisited : agricultural price and trade policy reform in developing countries since 1960
17 .Global distortions to agricultural markets : new indicators of trade and welfare impacts, 1955 to 2007
18 .How do agricultural policy restrictions to global trade and welfare differ across commodities ?
19 .Distortions to agricultural incentives in Latin America
20 .Distortions to agricultural incentives in Europe's transition economies
21 .Measuring distortions to agricultural incentives, revisited
22 .The challenge of reducing international trade and migration barriers
23 .Distortions to agricultural incentives in Australia since world war II
24 .Reducing distortions to agricultural incentives : progress, pitfalls, and prospects
25 .Recent and prospective adoption of genetically modified cotton : a global computable general equilibrium analysis of economic impacts
26 .The World Trade Organization's Doha cotton initiative : a tale of two issues
27 .Do global trade distortions still harm developing country farmers ?
28 .The relative importance of global agricultural subsidies and market access
29 .Doha merchandise trade reform : what's at stake for developing countries ?
30 .Agricultural, trade reform, and the Doha development agenda
31 .The World Bank economic review 20 (2)
32 .Agricultural trade reform and the Doha development agenda
33 .Distortions to world trade: impacts on agricultural markets and farm incomes
34 .Global impacts of Doha trade reform scenarios on poverty
35 .Would multilateral trade reform benefit Sub-Saharan Africans?
36 .Agricultural trade reform and the Doha development agenda
37 .Setting the trade policy agenda : What roles for Economists?
38 .Agricultural trade reform and poverty reduction in developing countries
39 .Implications of genetically modified food technology policies for Sub-Saharan Africa
40 .The challenge of reducing subsidies and trade barriers
41 .Trade, standards, and the political economy of genetically modified food
42 .Genetically modified rice adoption : implications for welfare and poverty alleviation
43 .Long-run impacts of China's WTO accession on farm-nonfarm income inequality and rural poverty
44 .Developing country agriculture and the new trade agenda




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