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000052786 245__ $$aThe Poverty Impacts of Global Commodity Trade Liberalization
000052786 260__ $$c2009-06
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000052786 270__ $$mhertel@purdue.edu$$pHertel,   Thomas W.
000052786 270__ $$mrkeeney@purdue.edu$$pKeeney,   Roman
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000052786 336__ $$aWorking or Discussion Paper
000052786 490__ $$aAgricultural Distortions Working Paper
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000052786 520__ $$aThis paper examines the poverty impacts of global merchandise trade reform by looking at a wide range of developing countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America. Overall, we find that trade reform tends to reduce poverty primarily through the inclusion of agricultural components. The majority of our developing country sample experiences small poverty increases from non-agricultural reforms. We explore the relative poverty-friendliness of agricultural trade reforms in detail, examining the differential impacts on real after-tax factor returns of agricultural versus non-agricultural reforms. This analysis is extended to the distribution of households by looking at stratum-specific poverty changes. Our findings indicate that the more favorable impacts of agricultural reforms are driven by increased returns to peasant farm households’ labor as well as higher returns for unskilled wage labor. Finally, we examine the commodity-specific poverty impacts of trade reform for this sample of countries. We find that liberalization of food grains and other processed foods represent the largest contributions to poverty reduction. More specifically, it is tariff reform in these commodity markets that dominates the poverty increasing impacts of wealthy country subsidy removal.
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000052786 650__ $$aAgricultural and Food Policy
000052786 650__ $$aInternational Relations/Trade
000052786 6531_ $$aDistorted incentives
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