Regional Economic Integration and Agricultural Trade
AbstractThis paper analyzes the economic impact of regional integration on agricultural trade. Using a simple Krugman-type model with tariff distortions, two propositions on the the impact of regionalism on trade flows are derived: (i) the impact of regional integration is stronger, when the degree of pre-integration protection is higher, (ii) the impact is stronger, when the degree of product differentiation is lower.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by Research Institute for Economics & Business Administration, Kobe University in its series Discussion Paper Series with number 76.
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- Baffes, John & Meerman, Jacob, 1998.
"From Prices to Incomes: Agricultural Subsidization without Protection?,"
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- Baffes, John & Meerman, Jacob, 1997. "From prices to incomes: agricultural subsidization without protection?," Policy Research Working Paper Series 1776, The World Bank.
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