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000023555 245__ $$aPREFERENTIAL TRADE ARRANGEMENTS: IMPACTS ON AGRICULTURAL TRADE AND INCOME
000023555 260__ $$c2004
000023555 269__ $$a2004
000023555 270__ $$manatoliy.skripnitchenko@ndsu.nodak.edu$$pSkripnitchenko,   Anatoliy
000023555 270__ $$mhamid.beladi@ndsu.nodak.edu$$pBeladi,   Hamid
000023555 270__ $$mwkoo@ndsuext.nodak.edu$$pKoo,   Won W.
000023555 300__ $$a18
000023555 336__ $$aReport
000023555 446__ $$aEnglish
000023555 490__ $$aAgribusiness & Applied Economics Report No. 542
000023555 520__ $$aIn this article, we focus on the effects of preferential trade arrangements on agricultural trade and agricultural income.  Given the large number of preferential trade arrangements and complex interactions among them, we attempt to discover whether preferential trade arrangements are beneficial to agricultural trade and income, and are an effective tool to liberalize agricultural trade.  The findings suggest that preferential trade arrangements with some exceptions tend to expand agricultural trade and improve agricultural income.
000023555 650__ $$aInternational Relations/Trade
000023555 6531_ $$aagricultural trade
000023555 6531_ $$aagricultural income
000023555 6531_ $$agravity model
000023555 6531_ $$apreferential trade agreement
000023555 700__ $$aSkripnitchenko, Anatoliy
000023555 700__ $$aBeladi, Hamid
000023555 700__ $$aKoo, Won W.
000023555 8564_ $$s91611$$uhttp://ageconsearch.umn.edu/record/23555/files/aer542.pdf
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