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Distributional effects of commodity promotion programs by type of producer

Distributional effects of commodity promotion programs by type of producer

Agribusiness New York 19(3): 325-332

DOI: 10.1002/agr.10062

This study provides a theoretical background for the firm-level analysis on the distributional effects of commodity promotion programmes. The conceptual basis of this approach is that firms differ due to differences in possessing endowments of fixed factors, and net returns to firms can be viewed as rents accruing to these factors.

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