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Study on the welfare effect of agricultural export policies in Kyongnam province on the real farm income level

Jung, Jae Min

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Abstract

Kyongnarn province has actively sought various agricultural export policies targeted at Japanese market for the growth of farm income and its regional economy.

However, the effectiveness of such export subsidy provision on the actual welfare of farm households needs to be studied carefully. Brander and Spencer(1985) say that the government subsidy to a certain economic sector will enhance the welfare of both that subsidy recipient sector and the overall nation. Eaton and Grossman(1986) say that it will decrease the welfare of both that particular sector and the overall nation. Therefore, I am concerned about whether Kyongnam provinces' export policy is actually beneficial to its farm households' and Kyongnam provincial residents' welfare. Therefore, the purpose of this paper is to answer whether Kyongnarn province's export policy is actually beneficial to its farm households' and Kyongnarn provincial residents' welfare. I analyze and evaluate it through as the followed cases; (1) the real farm income of households that produces the export items (2) the real farm income of households that produces non-export items.(3) the welfare effects of Kyongnarn provincial resident.

Advisors
Yoo, Yoon-Ha
Department
KDI School, Master of Economics and Public Policy
Issue Date
2000
Publisher
KDI School
Description
Thesis(Master) --KDI School:Master of Economics and Public Policy,2000
Keywords
Farm produce--Korea (South); Korea (South)--Economic policy.
Contents
CHAPTER I. Literature Review

CHAPTER II. The Model

CHAPTER III. Analysis of Agricultrual Export Policy in Kyongnam Province

CHAPTER IV. Evaluation Of The Agricultural Export Policy In Kyongnam Province

CHAPTER V. Conclusion
Pages
68 p.
URI
https://archives.kdischool.ac.kr/handle/11125/29932
Type
Thesis
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