World Agricultural Trade: Building a Consensus
Institut de recherches politiques, Institute for Research on Public Policy, Institute for International Economics (U.S.)
Institute for Research on Public Policy = Institut de recherches politiques and Institute for International Economics, 1988 - 218페이지
In 1987, the two Institutes brought together a number of persons with considerable experience in agricultural policy from 20 countries representing both importers and exporters. They participated in 4 meetings and approved the consensus policy statement published here with the background papers developed for the meetings. These background studies include suggestions for reforming government policies worldwide; a North American and European Community approach to decoupling the policy decisions that affect production from those that are pursued on social or environmental grounds; agriculture in GATT negotiations and developing countries; and exchange rates and their role in agricultural trade issues.
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Agricultural Reform and the GATT Negotiations
Making the Transition
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기타 출판본 - 모두 보기
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