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Agricultural protection in Europe: its impacts on developing countries

, : Agricultural protection in Europe: its impacts on developing countries. ASEAN and the EC: trade in tropical agricultural products: 129-154

The impact of EC protection on the southern hemisphere is usually envisaged in a partial equilibrium framework, in which some of the mechanisms which economic theory says should be taken into account are disregarded. The paper uses the RUNS general equilibrium model constructed by Burniaux to derive results that reflect a full range of economic mechanisms. The analysis sheds light on the often-mentioned relation between European protection and world prices.

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