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Agricultural pricing policies in developing countries

David Coady

Agricultural pricing policies in developing countries

an application to Pakistan.

by David Coady

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Published by Development EconomicsResearch Programme, Suntory Toyota International Centre for Economics and Related Disciplines, London School of Economics in London .
Written in English


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SeriesDiscussion paper / Development Economics Research Programme -- DEP No.44
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Open LibraryOL21768946M

  EU agriculture policy 'still hurting farmers in developing countries' Reforms proposed to Europe's common agricultural policy won't do enough to prevent price . Why write a book on macroeconomic policies and their links to agriculture and food security in developing countries? The food price spikes of the years just prior to and the economic, political, and social dislocations they generated refocused the attention of policymakers and development practitioners on the agricultural sector and food security concerns.

  Agricultural price policies are under closer review now in many developing countries. There is a growing tendency to rely more on market forces. What impact have agricultural price policies had on the performance of the agricultural sector in developing countries until now?Cited by: 2. Home IFPRI Publications Agricultural price policy for developing countries Reference URL Share. Add tags Comment paste this link in email, IM or document To embed this object, paste this HTML in website. Agricultural price policy for developing countries. View Description. Page Flip View: Download: small (x max) medium (x max).

Policy-makers in the developing countries are confronted with a primary dilemma. On the one hand, they want high prices for food to stimulate agricultural production. On the other hand, they want low prices to protect (at least in the short run) the poor buyers of food.4/5. Intervention through agricultural policy is a very important phenomenon in the agricultural sector in many countries. Often, the intervention takes place through the market, and the aim is to improve or stabilize the economic conditions.


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