Agricultural Trade and Poverty: Making Policy Analysis Count
Publisher: Organization for Economic | ISBN: 9264197338 | edition 2003 | PDF | 332 pages | 1,71 mb
This paper discusses the nature of the linkages between multilateral agricultural trade reform and the incidence of absolute poverty in developing and transition countries. Its point of departure is the recognition that agricultural trade reforms will have a complex range of distributional effects, and that these effects are of crucial importance in countries where food and agriculture figures prominently in peoples’ lives, either as a source of income or a major component of expenditure. The main premise is that policymakers need specific quantitative information on who is likely to be affected by agricultural trade reform and by how much. Armed with such information, it should be possible for them to design policies to ensure that the aggregate benefits of open international trade do not occur at the expense of people who are living in poverty, or are threatened by poverty.
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