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Agricultural pricing policies and demand patterns in Thailand


, : Agricultural pricing policies and demand patterns in Thailand. Discussion Paper Research Program in Development Studies, Woodrow Wilson School of International and Public Affairs, Princeton University (136): 35 + a

The report examines the effects of rice prices on the distribution of real incomes across different households by describing consumption and production patterns for rice with particular emphasis on the relationship between demand and household characteristics, particularly living standards and the geographical location of the household.

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