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Outcomes of Trade Adjustment Assistance for Farmers Program in the United States: Trade Reform Act of 2002


  • Bacho, Alan P.
  • Goodwin, Harold L., Jr.


More farmers and fishermen in the United States are facing global competition than in the last decade. The Trade Adjustment Assistance for Farmers and Fishermen program is made available to support the impact of declining domestic prices due to agricultural importation. As the program nears termination in 2007, there is a need to assess the outcomes on program implementation.

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  • Bacho, Alan P. & Goodwin, Harold L., Jr., 2008. "Outcomes of Trade Adjustment Assistance for Farmers Program in the United States: Trade Reform Act of 2002," 2008 Annual Meeting, February 2-6, 2008, Dallas, Texas 6466, Southern Agricultural Economics Association.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:saeaed:6466

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    Trade Assistance; Agriculture policy; Trade Outcome; Farmer assistance programs; Agricultural and Food Policy; Agricultural Finance; International Relations/Trade;

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