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Measuring the Effects of Trade Liberalization: Multilevel Analysis Tool for Agriculture

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  • Gerard, Francoise
  • Marty, Isabelle
  • Lancon, Frederic
  • Versapuech, Marion

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This book is the product of the projects "Farmers' Strategies Regarding Agricultural Diversification" (1993-1995) and "Agricultural Diversification and Food Crop Trade: Their Implications to Agricultural Policies in Southeast Asia" (1994-1996), both supported by CIRAD and the Government of France. It describes the first project attempting to apply the MATA methodology in a country like Indonesia. As constructed, the Multilevel Analysis Tool for Agriculture is able to answer various policy questions and gives the opportunity to users to make intensive simulations by themselves.

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  • Gerard, Francoise & Marty, Isabelle & Lancon, Frederic & Versapuech, Marion, 1998. "Measuring the Effects of Trade Liberalization: Multilevel Analysis Tool for Agriculture," Working Papers 32721, United Nations Centre for Alleviation of Poverty Through Secondary Crops' Development in Asia and the Pacific (CAPSA).
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    1. Narayanan, Sudha & Gulati, Ashok, 2002. "Globalization and the smallholders," MTID discussion papers 50, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI).

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