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Meat and Dairy Processing Industry: Impact of Trade Policy Reforms on Performance, Competitiveness and Structure

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  • de Dios, Loreli C.

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Economic openness has been generally viewed as beneficial whether in terms of welfare or efficiency gains. While literature has incorporated that trade liberalization causes productivity growth, market structure has taken a prominent role in the analysis recently. This paper determines how it affects the adjustment responses of the firms. In particular, it establishes the market structure of the industry based on the firm’s behavior and describes the environment within which the industry operates. It also examines the performance, efficiency and competitiveness of the industry to determine the extent of the policy influence and structural factors.

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  • de Dios, Loreli C., 1994. "Meat and Dairy Processing Industry: Impact of Trade Policy Reforms on Performance, Competitiveness and Structure," Research Paper Series RPS 1994-09, Philippine Institute for Development Studies.
  • Handle: RePEc:phd:rpseri:rps_1994-09
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    1. Jaime de Melo & David Roland-Holst, 2015. "Industrial Organization and Trade Liberalization: Evidence from Korea," World Scientific Book Chapters,in: Modeling Developing Countries' Policies in General Equilibrium, chapter 18, pages 385-404 World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd..
    2. Havrylyshyn, Oli, 1990. "Trade Policy and Productivity Gains in Developing Countries: A Survey of the Literature," World Bank Research Observer, World Bank Group, vol. 5(1), pages 1-24, January.
    3. Cabanilla, Liborio S., 1983. "Economic Incentives and Comparative Advantage in the Livestock Industry," Working Papers WP 1983-07, Philippine Institute for Development Studies.
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