Prioridades gubernamentales en el pago de aportes no reintegrables a asociados y no asociados a las cooperativas lecheras argentinas

The Argentine democratic government elected in 2003 praised the cooperative system advantages, stance which was reaffirmed by the following administration since 2007. As international dairy commodity prices increased, the government intervened to stop price transfers to the domestic market. In 2008 there was a long producer-government confrontation that finished with a government agreement to pay subsidies to small and medium size milk producers to help to cover production costs. The agreement was renewed in 2009 with some changes, with several difficulties to implement the system and delays in payments. In this context we wonder whether the government has been coherent with its own rhetoric, giving small dairy cooperative members priority in subsidies payments in the major producing provinces. To verify it we used an analysis of multiple correspondence first, followed by a log-lineal model. With those results we calculated odds ratios with selected variables.


Other Titles:
Government Priorities in Payments of Subsidies to Argentinean Dairy Cooperatives.
Issue Date:
2016-2016-2016
Publication Type:
Journal Article
ISSN:
0718-9141
Language:
English
Published in:
Economía Agraria (Revista Economia Agraria), 19
Page range:
1-17




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