+ Site Statistics
References:
52,654,530
Abstracts:
29,560,856
PMIDs:
28,072,755
+ Search Articles
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
Most Shared
PDF Full Text
+ PDF Full Text
Request PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on Facebook
Follow on Twitter
Follow on LinkedIn

+ Translate
+ Recently Requested

Using Producer and Consumer Subsidy Equivalents in the SWOPSIM modeling framework



Using Producer and Consumer Subsidy Equivalents in the SWOPSIM modeling framework



Staff Report, Economic Research Service, US Department of Agriculture ( AGES89-11): iv + 31pp.



Producer Subsidy Equivalents (PSEs) and Consumer Subsidy Equivalents (CSEs) are used as aggregated policy measures in the US Department of Agriculture's (USDA) modelling of the effects of trade liberalization on world agriculture. This report examines some issues concerning the use of PSEs and CSEs in the modeling of agricultural trade liberalization in the context of the Static World Policy Simulation (SWOPSIM) models of USDA.

(PDF emailed within 1 workday: $29.90)

Accession: 001997776

Download citation: RISBibTeXText



Related references

The concept and measurement of producer subsidy equivalents (PSEs) and consumer subsidy equivalents (CSEs). Agricultural trade policy analysis Proceedings of a one day conference: 38-67, 1988

Tables of producer subsidy equivalents and consumer subsidy equivalents. 1994

Estimates of producer and consumer subsidy equivalents. 1988

Is there a role for producer and consumer subsidy equivalents in trade negotiations?. Staff Report, Economic Research Service, US Department of Agriculture (AGES870928): 145-146, 1988

Government intervention in Soviet agriculture: estimates of Consumer and Producer Subsidy Equivalents. Staff Report Economic Research Service, United States Department of Agriculture ( AGES 9146): 38pp., 1991

Estimates of producer and consumer subsidy equivalents: government intervention in agriculture, 1982-87. Statistical Bulletin United States Department of Agriculture ( 803): vi + 358pp., 1990

Estimates of producer and consumer subsidy equivalents. Government intervention in agriculture, 1982-86. Staff Report, Economic Research Service, US Department of Agriculture (AGES880127): ii + 166, 1988

Estimates of producer and consumer subsidy equivalents: government intervention in agriculture, 1982-92. Statistical Bulletin United States Department of Agriculture ( 913): vi + 452 pp., 1994

Estimation of agricultural assistance using producer and consumer subsidy equivalents: theory and practice. OECD Economic Studies1990; ( 13): 13-43, 1989

Producer and Consumer Subsidy Equivalents of agricultural policies in Pakistan: concept, measurement and implications. Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Economics 1(1): 1-23, 1992

The use of Producer and Consumer Subsidy Equivalents to measure government intervention in agriculture: the case of Pakistan. Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Economics 1(1): 24-59, 1992

The interpretation and use of producer subsidy equivalents. Oxford Agrarian Studies 27: 186-218, 1988

Modeling bilateral trade flows with the Static World Policy Simulation (SWOPSIM) modeling framework. ERS Staff Report, Economic Research Service, US Department of Agriculture (AGES861124): iv + 61, 1986

Producer subsidy equivalents for Russian agriculture: estimation and interpretation. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 78(3): 792-798, 1996

Producer subsidy equivalents of US agriculture: concepts, analysis and implications. Sarhad Journal of Agriculture 18(1): 129-134, 2002