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Computable policy model of eastern european agriculture and food industry


  • Karel Janda
  • Rachael Goodhue
  • Robert Lyons
  • Gordon Rausser
  • Leo Simon


The development of an international trade during the last few years have shown, that there exist substantial impediments to the good trade performance of the East and Central European countries. These problems are both of an internal economic policy nature and of an international trade policy nature. Especially strong problems are in the area of the agricultural and food trade, which is much less liberalized than the trade in other goods. One of the many ways of helping to improve the situation in the agricultural trade is an extensive understanding of the effects of domestic and international policy measures on the export and import flows of goods and on the individual, group, and social welfare.

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  • Karel Janda & Rachael Goodhue & Robert Lyons & Gordon Rausser & Leo Simon, 1996. "Computable policy model of eastern european agriculture and food industry," Prague Economic Papers, University of Economics, Prague, vol. 1996(1).
  • Handle: RePEc:prg:jnlpep:v:1996:y:1996:i:1:id:99

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