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This paper is primarily concerned with the place of producer-controlled marketing boards in contemporary agricultural policy. The accomplishments and limitations of state marketing boards are reviewed from the standpoint of their stated objectives. Their possible future role is discussed in the light of changes which have occurred in market structure and in public attitudes towards intervention in agricultural marketing, both in Australia and in other advanced economies.

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