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An Export-Side Armington Model and Trade Liberalization in the World Wheat Market


  • Kim, C.S.
  • Lin, William W.


This paper develops and applies an export-side international trade model to analyze economic gains resulting from trade liberalization in the world wheat market. Major policy variables in the analysis include the removal of producer and consumer subsidy equivalents in industrialized countries. Estimated gains are substantial for all exporting countries ranging from $5.32 million for Argentina to $4.24 billion for the United States.

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  • Kim, C.S. & Lin, William W., 1990. "An Export-Side Armington Model and Trade Liberalization in the World Wheat Market," Journal of Agricultural Economics Research, United States Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, issue 3.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:uersja:139031

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    1. E. C. Pasour, 1973. "Real Property Taxes and Farm Real Estate Values: Incidence and Implications," American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Agricultural and Applied Economics Association, vol. 55(4_Part_1), pages 549-556.
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