Agricultural Protectionism in the Industrialized World

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Appendix

Participants in the 1986 and 1987 Workshops
Anderson, Kym University of Adelaide ( Australia)
Blandford, David Cornell University ( Ithaca, New York)
Boussard, Jean-Marc Institut National de Recherches Agronomiques ( Paris,
France)
Edwards, Geoff La Trobe University ( Australia)
Farrell, Kenneth R. National Center for Food and Agricultural Policy/
Resources for the Future ( Washington, D.C.)
Frohberg, Klaus Kurt Center for Agricultural and Rural Development, Iowa
State University (Ames, Iowa)
Gardner, Bruce L. University of Maryland ( College Park, Maryland)
Harvey, David R. University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne ( United Kingdom)
Hayami, Yujiro Aoyama Gakuin University ( Tokyo, Japan)
Honma, Masayoshi Otaru University of Commerce ( Japan)
Huff, H. Bruce Organization for Economic Cooperation and Develop-
ment ( Paris, France)
Islam, Nurul International Food Policy Research Institute ( Washing-
ton, D.C.)
Josling, Timothy E. Food Research Institute, Stanford University ( Palo
Alto, California)
Koester, Ulrich University of Kiel ( West Germany)
Larsen, Arne Agricultural Economics Institute ( Copenhagen,
Denmark)
McCalla, Alex F. University of California (Davis, California)
McClatchy, Donald Agriculture Canada ( Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)
Magiera, Stephen L. Economic Research Service, U.S. Department of
Agriculture ( Washington, D.C.)
Mehra, Rekha National Center for Food and Agricultural Policy/
Resources for the Future ( Washington, D.C.)
Meilke, Karl D. University of Guelph ( Ontario, Canada)
Naya, Seiji East-West Center, University of Hawaii ( Honolulu,
Hawaii)
Petit, Michel J. University of Dijon ( France)
Roningen, Vernon O. Economic Research Service, U.S. Department of
Agriculture ( Washington, D.C.)
Ross, Bruce J. Lincoln University ( Canterbury, New Zealand)
Rankin, Peter New Zealand Planning Council ( Wellington, New
Zealand)
Rossmiller, George E. National Center for Food and Agricultural Policy/
Resources for the Future ( Washington, D.C.)

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Figures x
  • Tables xii
  • Foreword xvii
  • Preface xix
  • Overview 1
  • Part 1 - The Why, How, and Consequences of Agricultural Policies 17
  • 1 - The United States 19
  • References 62
  • 2 - The European Community 64
  • 3 - Canada 112
  • 4 - Japan 181
  • 5 - Australia 219
  • Conclusion 263
  • References 264
  • 6 - New Zealand 268
  • Part 2 - Lessons for Domestic and Trade Policies 317
  • 7 - Lessons for Domestic Policy 319
  • References 351
  • 8 - Trends and Baseline Projections in Global Food Trade 353
  • 9 - The Costs of Agricultural Protection and the Difference Free Trade Would Make 430
  • 10 - The Future of International Agricultural Relations: Issues in the Gatt Negotiations 462
  • Appendix 465
  • Index 467
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