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|Title:||How would global trade liberalization affect rural and regional incomes in Australia?|
Giesecke, James Andrew David
|Publisher:||Monash University, Centre of Policy Studies and the Impact Project|
|Series/Report no.:||General paper (IMPACT Project (Australia)) ; G-176|
|School/Discipline:||School of Economics|
|Kym Anderson, James Giesecke and Ernesto Valenzuela|
|Abstract:||For decades rural Australia has been discriminated against by industrial policies at home and agricultural protectionism abroad. While agricultural export taxation in poor countries had the opposite impact, recent reforms there mean that that offsetting effect on Australia has diminished. There has also been some re-instrumentation of rich-country farm policies away from trade measures. This paper draws on new evidence to examine whether Australian farmers and rural regions are still adversely affected by farm price-distortive policies abroad, using a global and a national economy-wide model. The results vindicate the continuing push by Australia's rural communities for multilateral agricultural trade liberalization|
|Keywords:||trade liberalisation; rural income; regional CGE|
|Appears in Collections:||Economics publications|
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