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Estimating household responses to trade reforms

Guido G. Porto

Estimating household responses to trade reforms

net consumers and net producers in rural Mexico

by Guido G. Porto

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Published by World Bank in [Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Mexico,
  • Mexico.
    • Subjects:
    • Households -- Mexico.,
    • Consumer behavior -- Mexico.,
    • Mexico -- Commercial policy.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementGuido G. Porto.
      SeriesPolicy research working paper ;, 3695, Policy research working papers (Online) ;, 3695.
      ContributionsWorld Bank.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHG3881.5.W57
      The Physical Object
      FormatElectronic resource
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3478653M
      LC Control Number2005618747

      Chapter A conceptual framework for research [] Introduction. The relationship between trade reforms and food security status can be conceptualised at a fairly general level, depicted in Figure , as a two stage relationship where a set of causal factors impact on a series of intermediate indicators, which in turn determine the final outcome in terms of changes in food security. be advised how to implement suitable responses to ensure that trade reforms include a pro-poor perspective. This note is structured as follows. The next section considers the context of trade reforms, the various types of reform, and the different rationales behind reform, before briefly reviewing the trade-growth-poverty debate.

        It will be a while before traditional macroeconomic indicators provide meaningful information about the magnitude of the economic slowdown owing to the novel coronavirus. The mitigation measures adopted—a partial economic shutdown and social distancing—will exact a heavy cost on society that is not yet known. In order to fill this information gap, we provide here a back-of-the . Following that, the ‘after reform’ model which captures trade reform variables is drawn from household data of the period / This allows us to determine the extent of poverty of the population as a whole before and after trade liberalization.

      Trade Policy Reform as Institutional Reform1 Dani Rodrik Harvard University August Economists are trained to think about trade policy reform in terms of changes in the levels of tariffs (t) and quantitative restrictions (q), and the shifts in relative prices brought about by these alterations. full reform variation, the elasticities of labor income, capital income, and total taxable in-come are modest compared to the previous literature. The size of elasticities are positively correlated with the size of the tax variation used to estimate them, suggesting that optimiza-tion frictions attenuate responses to small reforms.


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Estimating household responses to trade reforms by Guido G. Porto Download PDF EPUB FB2

With a household survey database containing information on expenditures and quantities of agricultural goods, a naive model to estimate the responses of agricultural wage income (value of production plus wages) to changes in agricultural prices would be to run a regression of wages on unit by: however, omits important aspects of the e ffects of any policy, namely the responses of outputs, wages, and household income.

To estimate the impacts of the reforms both on the expenditure and income sides, I argue that it is necessary to estimate own- and cross-price elasticities, on the one hand, and wage-price elasticities, on the other.

Economic reforms involving the agricultural sector, such as those being proposed in the WTO Doha Round negotiations, will affect household behavior in developing countries.

This paper proposes an empirical methodology to assess the impacts of agricultural price reforms on household outcomes like consumption patterns, sources of income, labor supply, health outcomes, and educational : Guido Porto.

Estimating household responses to price reforms: trade, agricultural income and labor supply in Mexico. Abstract. Global economy-wide modeling results suggest that reforms over the two decades to brought the world a remarkable three-fifths of the way toward free trade when measured in terms of global economic welfare, benefitting developing countries proportionately more than high-income : Kym Anderson, Kym Anderson.

and household income. To estimate the impacts of the reforms both on the expenditure and income sides, I argue that it is necessary to estimate own- and cross-price elasticities, on the one hand, and wage-price elasticities, on the other. Discussions about the poverty impacts of trade reforms often make the argument that supply responses are critical for the poor.

Trade Reform and Results from a two-step Household Welfare simulation that uses a computable generaJ equilibrium model and The Case of Mexico detailed consumption and income household data suggest that trade Elena Ianchovichina liberalization benefits people Alessandro Nicita in the poorest deciles more Isidro Soloaga than those in the richer ones.

Broadly speaking, it considers three issues: (1) the potential conflicts between trade policy reforms and macroeconomic stabilization efforts; (2) the supply response to trade policy reforms, in the context of export prospects and domestic and external constraints; and (3) the sequencing, timing and duration of import reforms, their relation to internal reforms, and the associated transitional costs.

This paper-a product of Trade, Development Research Group-is part of a larger effort in the group to understand the impact of trade reform on poverty. Copies of the paper are available free from the World Bank, H Street NW, Washington, DC Please contact Paulina Flewitt, room MC, telephonefax ,File Size: 1MB.

TRADE REFORMS AND FOOD SECURITY: CONCEPTUALIZING THE LINKAGES v PART III. STUDIES OF THE IMPACT OF TRADE AND ECONOMIC REFORM Chapter Analytical studies of the impact of trade andFile Size: 2MB.

Prices, Markups and Trade Reform Jan De Loecker y Pinelopi K. Goldberg z Amit K. Khandelwal x Nina Pavcnik {First Draft: ebruaryF This Draft: March Abstract This paper examines how prices, markups and marginal costs respond to trade liberaliza-tion.

We develop a framework to estimate markups from production data with multi-product rms. The method uses an empirical model of demand to extract price information from unit values, and uses this information to estimate the response of households to price reforms.

By correcting unit values for quality effects and measurement error, the method overcomes Cited by: This paper explores an empirical methodology to assess the impacts of trade reforms on household behavior in developing countries.

It focuses on consumption and income responses: when price reforms Author: Guido Porto. tralac (Trade Law Centre) is a public benefit organisation based in the Western Cape region of South Africa. tralac was established inwith the financial support of the Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO).

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Trade and flnancial sector reforms: interactions and spillovers Ashley Taylor⁄ London School of Economics / Financial Markets Group Preliminary draft: comments welcome Febru Abstract The allocation of production across flrms is a potentially important explanation of the productiv-ity gap between rich and poor economies.

The evidence on labor markets and trade reform is less extensive. Based on the studies to date, it appears that the unemployment and wage effects of trade reforms have generally been small.

In the paper, we discuss the possibility that small wage and employment responses are. Trade Liberalization, WTO, and China's Farming Population. Price and market reforms are key components of China's policy shift from a socialist to a market-oriented economy.

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It focuses on consumption and income responses: when price reforms take place, households modify consumption and. trade policy. Thus, the objective of this chapter is to analyse the impact of trade policy reforms in the national context and multilateral trade policy changes in the international context on India's agricultural exports.

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