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000260064 245__ $$aWorld food prices and poverty in Indonesia
000260064 260__ $$c2014
000260064 269__ $$a2014-01-01
000260064 336__ $$aJournal Article
000260064 520__ $$aSpikes in international food prices in 2007–2008 worsened poverty incidence in Indonesia, both rural and urban, but only by small amounts. The paper reaches this conclusion using a multisectoral and multihousehold general equilibrium model of the Indonesian economy. The negative effect on poor consumers, operating through their living costs, outweighed the positive effect on poor farmers, operating through their incomes. Indonesia’s post-2004 rice import restrictions shielded its internal rice market from the temporary world price increases, muting the increase in poverty. But it did this only by imposing large and permanent increases in both domestic rice prices and poverty incidence. Poverty incidence increased more among rural than urban people, even though higher agricultural prices mean higher incomes for many of the rural poor. Gains to poor farmers were outweighed by the losses incurred by the large number of rural poor who are net buyers of food, and the fact that food represents a large share of their total budgets, even larger on average than for the urban poor. The main beneficiaries of higher food prices are not the rural poor, but the owners of agricultural land and capital, many of whom are urban based.
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000260064 546__ $$aEnglish
000260064 650__ $$aDemand and Price Analysis
000260064 650__ $$aFood Security and Poverty
000260064 650__ $$aInternational Relations/Trade
000260064 6531_ $$afood prices
000260064 6531_ $$ageneral equilibrium modelling
000260064 6531_ $$aIndonesia
000260064 6531_ $$apoverty incidence
000260064 700__ $$aWarr, Peter
000260064 700__ $$aYusuf, Arief Anshory
000260064 773__ $$jVolume 58$$kIssue 1$$o21$$q1$$tAustralian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics
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000260064 8564_ $$s350332$$uhttp://ageconsearch.umn.edu/record/260064/files/ajar12015.pdf
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