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The political economy of agricultural pricing policy : volume 5 - a synthesis of the political economy in developing countries, Volume 1
 
Author:Krueger, Anne O.; Collection Title:A World Bank comparative study
Date Stored:2002/09/12Document Date:1992/05/31
Document Type:PublicationISBN:ISBN 0-8018-4294-8
Language:EnglishMajor Sector:Agriculture, fishing, and forestry
Report Number:10905Sub Sectors:(Historic)Other agriculture
SubTopics:Environmental Economics & Policies; Economic Theory & Research; Markets and Market Access; Health Economics & Finance; Access to MarketsVolume No:1

Summary: This is the fifth of five volumes summarizing the results of the World Bank research project, A Comparative Study of the Political Economy of Agricultural Pricing Policies. The project consisted of eighteen country studies that employed a common analytical framework and entailed close collaboration between the investigators and the project's three codirectors. The purpose of the project was threefold: to provide systematic estimates of the degree of price discrimination against agriculture within individual countries and to explain how it changed over time; to determine how this intervention affected such key variables as foreign exchange earnings, agricultural output, and income distribution; and to gain further insight into the political factors determining the degree of agricultural intervention, and the attempts to reform unsuccessful policies.

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