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eBook Developing Agricultural Trade: New Roles for Government in Poor Countries ePub

by M. Hubbard

  • ISBN: 0333736192
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: M. Hubbard
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 2003 edition (December 13, 2002)
  • Pages: 236
  • ePub book: 1321 kb
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The substantial reform in the rules governing agricultural trade including the introduction of tariff bindings which set an upper bound on future . The trends and contradictions in the world agro-food trade since 60th are considered

However, the extent of intended liberaiization was eroded because the tariff equivalents in major OECD countries were set at levels significantly higher than the. The trends and contradictions in the world agro-food trade since 60th are considered. The special attention is paid to the analysis of the role of developing countries at agricultural markets.

Governments worldwide are seeking to liberalize agricultural trade, and to change their role from one of controlling trade and prices. Food security is of vital importance to all nations, but particularly so in developing countries. Instead these governments seek new roles in encouraging market. Governments worldwide are seeking to liberalize agricultural trade, and to change their role from one of controlling trade and prices. Instead these governments seek new roles in encouraging market developments, ensuring quality and providing food security by giving income assistance rather than controlling food supplies.

Agricultural Trade : New Roles for Government in Poor Countries.

Developing Agricultural Trade : New Roles for Government in Poor Countries. by Michael Hubbard Dr, Hubbard Karen.

Bhuyan, S. & Talukdar, K. 2004. Handle: RePEc:eee:asieco:v:15:y:2004:i:4:p:831-833.

Developing Agricultural Trade: New Roles for Government in Poor Countries.

As they export their own farming and production systems across different contexts, though, the outcomes are contingent and success is not assured. Developing Agricultural Trade: New Roles for Government in Poor Countries.

Developing agricultural trade new roles for government in poor countries, by: Hubbard, Michael

Developing agricultural trade new roles for government in poor countries, by: Hubbard, Michael. WTO negotiations and agricultural trade liberalization the effect of developed countries' policies on developing countries, Published: (2006). Food Policy for Developing Countries : the Role of Government in Global, National, and Local Food Systems, by: Pinstrup-Andersen, Per. Published: (2011). Reconnecting markets innovative global practices in connecting small scale producers with dynamic food markets, Published: (2011).

Free trade promotes economic growth through international competition and the efficient allocation of resources while also helping to stabilize food supplies between countries that have an overabundance of product and countries that have a shortage. However, sudden price surges can threaten the social cohesion of developing countries and may lead to malnutrition and stunted growth. Balancing trade liberalization and protectionism is imperative for the provision of food security for all.

Developing Agricultural Trade: New Roles of Government in Poor Countries, Plagrave . Published in London by Zed Books.

Developing Agricultural Trade: New Roles of Government in Poor Countries, Plagrave Macmillan. International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) (2001): Rural Poverty Report (2001) The Challenge of Ending Rural Poverty, Oxford University Press. Changing role of government in agricultural trade in Ghana, in Hubbard M. (E. Developing Agricultural Trade: New Roles of Government in Poor Countries, Plagrave Macmillan. Uliwa, Peniel and Dieter Fischer (2004) Assessment of Tanzania’s Producer Organizations: Experience and environment.

Food security is of vital importance to all nations, but particularly so in developing countries. Governments worldwide are seeking to liberalize agricultural trade, and to change their role from one of controlling trade and prices. Instead these governments seek new roles in encouraging market developments, ensuring quality and providing food security by giving income assistance rather than controlling food supplies. The issue of how this process is being managed in developing countries is the focus of this book. A series of case studies including India, Sri Lanka, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Kenya and Ivory Coast highlights the individuality of approaches and the varying capability and will of governments to take on these new roles.