A Post Schultzian View Of Food Aid, Trade And Developing Country Cereal Production: Results Of A Vector Autoregression On Panel Data Using Fixed Effects
This study provides a theoretical and empirical analysis of the relationship between cereal imports, production, program food aid and targeted food aid in recipient countries. Hypotheses are tested empirically using vector autoregression with fixed effects on panel data from the World Food Programme.
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