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Title: Agricultural Trade-poverty Linkage : An Empirical Investigation
Authors: Houbcharaun, Akarapon
Issue Date: 21-Jul-2010
Abstract: Many research studies paid attention seriously on the linkage between trade liberalization and poverty alleviation. Those studies applied different kinds of empirical technique to justify the relationship between trade openness and poverty. However, the results of those studies are mixed. The purpose of this paper is to examine empirically the channels by which agricultural trade liberalization could positively affect poverty in developing counties. This paper uses dynamic panel data to examine the relationship with linear-formed model. One-step difference GMM estimator and ordinary least square (OLS) estimator are applied to find statistical significance in the relation. The result indicates that agricultural trade have statistically positive effects to economic growth, poverty reduction, and equity improvement in developing countries whose the poor are dependent on agricultural sector.
URI: http://kids-d.swu.ac.th/dspace/handle/123456789/1499
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