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Domestic Wheat Price Formation and Food Inflation in India: International Prices, Domestic Drivers (Stocks, Weather, Public Policy), and the Efficacy of Public Policy Interventions in Wheat Markets

  • Dipak Dasgupta
  • R N Dubey
  • R Satish

This paper gives information on global wheat market developments, price transmission and impacts on Indian domestic markets, as well as an assessment of public policies to manage domestic prices. This also tracks, monitors and forecasts fast-moving key macro-economic variables with potentially large consequences for public policy. URL:[http://finmin.nic.in/WorkingPaper/Domestic_Wheat_Price_Formation_Food_Inflation_India.pdf].

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