Estimation of impact of EU agricultural policies on the world market prices
According to world market studies, the influence of policy measures on the world market price in one or in a limited number of countries is, in general, much less significant than the influence of multilateral policy changes. To investigate the impact of EU agricultural policies on world market prices, we attempt to model the transmission between EU policy and world prices directly via world market price equations, as part of the AGMEMOD model.
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"Outlook for CEEC Agricultural Markets After EU Accession,"
Eastern European Economics,
Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 44(1), pages 83-103, February.
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