|Title:||AGRICULTURAL PRICE DISTORTIONS, INEQUALITY, AND POVERTY|
|Description:||This volume represents a first attempt to exploit new methodologies, models, and databases (developed partly as a consequence of recent World Bank–sponsored research) to assess the relative impacts on national, regional, and global poverty and inequality of agricultural and nonagricultural trade policies at home and abroad. While clear, definitive answers are not easy to determine, the volume extends our understanding of the contributions of various policies to inequality and poverty in selected developing countries and regions. Its broad finding is that the removal of all current price-distorting policies is likely to reduce global poverty and inequality, but there may be a few countries in which such a policy change on its own might worsen poverty nationally|
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