The Value of Price Stabilization Policy for Cotton Producers in Burkina Faso
AbstractEconomic returns to Burkina Faso cotton producers from selling to the government parastatal are compared to those that could be obtained by selling on the international spot market. Based on historical prices, for certain levels of risk aversion, the parastatal price would be preferred to the international spot price.
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