Global income distribution and poverty in the absence of agricultural distortions

  • Bussolo M
  • De Hoyos R
  • Medvedev D
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"This paper assesses the potential impacts of the removal of agriculture trade distortions using a newly developed dataset and methodological approach for evaluating the global poverty and inequality effects of policy reforms. It finds that liberalization of agriculture and food could increase global extreme poverty (US

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  • PMID: 15729679
  • DOI: 2


  • Maurizio Bussolo

  • Rafael E De Hoyos

  • Denis Medvedev

  • World Bank.

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