LIBERALISING THE INDIAN COTTON TRADE: AN EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE FROM KARNATAKA

An attempt to quantify the degree to which the domestic market for 1)CH-32 seed cotton is delinked from xvorld market prices due to government regulation is examined. Comparative advantage is studied through the estimation of nominal protection coefficients both under exportable and importable hypotheses. The results show that the government policy had descriminated against the cotton cultivators of the study area and implies that DCH-32 seed cotton would he an efficient export crop.


Issue Date:
1995-1995-1995
Publication Type:
Journal Article
ISSN:
0971-3441
Language:
English
Published in:
Agricultural Economics Research Review, Volume 08, Number 1
Page range:
51-62




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