An Economic Analysis of a Cross-market Subsidy Scheme for Morocco's Food Grain Sector
To contribute to the economic understanding of alternative food-grain policy options for Morocco, examines the fiscal implications of instituting, in addition to the current soft wheat subsidy, a consumer and producer subsidy in the related markets of hard wheat and barley. Subsidizing the two related markets has been suggested by some economists as a possible means of alleviating the subsidy burden through shifting supply and demand in the soft wheat market. The analysis shows that the additional subsidies will not alleviate the problem.
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Volume (Year): 19 (1992)
Issue (Month): 5 (October)
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