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Agricultural Trade and Poverty: Making Policy Analysis Count by Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development

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As a consequence of this process, the model focuses on a certain range of issues and measures. These are described later in this document and examples are provided. Another outcome of this development process is a strong network of Aglink co-operators. The model is not - indeed, cannot be - maintained by a single individual. Instead, a team of researchers within the Secretariat and co-operators external to the Secretariat all interact at various stages of model development and application, with participation of each individual ranging from active contributor to evaluator.

The simulations assume that liberalisations are phased in stepwise between 2005 and 2010. In each of these years, one sixth of the relevant benchmark policy is eliminated, while the simulations provide identical results between 1997 and 2004. The model is allowed to settle down for five years after the final year of phase-in. Policy reductions are only implemented in the high-income regions defined as Australia and New Zealand, Canada, the European Union and EFTA countries, High-Income Asia, and the United States.

Paper also presented at the Fifth Conference on Global Economic Analysis, Taipei, 5-7 June 2002. John Beghin is Marlin Cole Professor of Economics at Iowa State University and visiting researcher at INRA. David Roland-Holst is James Irvine Professor of Economics at Mills College and Dominique van der Mensbrugghe is Senior Economist at the World Bank. Views expressed here are those of the authors and should not be ascribed to their affiliated institutions. Without implicating them, we thank Jonathan Brooks, Josef Schmidhuber, and Wyatt Thompson for comments.

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