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How prices and macroeconomic policies affect agricultural supply and the environment

Nlandu Mamingi

How prices and macroeconomic policies affect agricultural supply and the environment

by Nlandu Mamingi

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


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StatementNlandu Mamingi.
SeriesPolicy research working paper -- 1645
The Physical Object
Pagination50p. :
Number of Pages50
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20832268M

A supply-driven decline of 45 percent in oil prices could be associated with a percent increase in global GDP over the medium term and a temporary decline in global inflation of around 1 percentage point in the short term.   The Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) is a European policy which involved: Setting minimum prices for many agricultural products; Setting import tariffs to protect from cheap imports; EU purchases of surplus food to maintain minimum prices; Since , farmers have been subsidised through Single Farm payments (SFP) and rural development funds.

Policies and regulations that directly or indirectly affect the supply or prices of food products, their safety and nutritional composition, or the information consumers receive about food all influence the food choices consumers make and, ultimately, the nutritional quality of their diets. The effect of policies and regulations on ultimate dietary. Agriculture policy concerns. An example of the breadth and types of agriculture policy concerns can be found in the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics article "Agricultural Economies of Australia and New Zealand" which says that the major challenges and issues faced by their industrial agriculture industry are. marketing challenges and consumer tastes.

If agriculture fails to meet the rising demand of food products, it is found to affect adversely the growth rate of the economy. Raising supply of food by agricultural sector has, therefore, great importance for economic growth of a country. Increase in demand for food in an economy is . Introduction to Agricultural Economics Economics examines: • how scarce resources are allocated. • how firms maximize profits. • how market competition affects firms and consumers. • the limitations of markets. We will examine some problems unique to agriculture which lead to The Farm Problem.


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How prices and macroeconomic policies affect agricultural supply and the environment by Nlandu Mamingi Download PDF EPUB FB2

Mamingi studies the literature on how agricultural prices and macroeconomic policies affect agricultural supply and how that supply affects the environment.

He addresses the question of how effective agricultural incentives are in boosting the agricultural supply, particularly in Sub-Saharan Africa. Downloadable. The author studies the literature on how agricultural prices and macroeconomic policies affect agricultural supply and how that supply affects the environment.

He addresses the question of how effective agricultural incentives are in boosting the agricultural supply, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa.

The literature generalizes that farmers are rational. ELSEVIER Agricultural Economics 16 () AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS The impact of prices and macroeconomic policies on agricultural supply: a synthesis of available results Nlandu Mamingi 1 Department of Economics, The University of the Cited by: Mamingi studies the literature on how agricultural prices Bias results from the omission of such key variables and macroeconomic policies affect agricultural supply as roads (densiry and quality), populiation, education, and and how that supply affects the environment.

Economic Development, Agriculture and Macroeconomic Policies 1 Chapter 1 - Economic adjustment in developing countries The term “adjustment” has come to mean a set of policy. rate which raises the domestic prices of agricultural (and non-agricultural) tradable goods.

The National Agricultural Policy Center also established the links between the macroeconomic environment and agriculture: Through sector-specific measures, governments influence agriculture directly. The effects on demand are more difficult to gauge but it is critical from an economic policy point of view to get a sense of them because we have more confidence about how to deal with demand (through monetary and fiscal tools) than with supply deficiencies.

Changes in real goods prices can indicate whether COVID is causing major demand effects. International and domestic macroeconomic changes can cause major shifts in the values of these indicators, altering a country's agricultural prices, production, consumption, and trade.

ERS’s work covers research and analysis on the effects of macroeconomic conditions on U.S. and international agriculture, including effects of the recent economic crisis and the factors in commodity price increases.

The effects of trade policies on the food economy and on food security follow the same lines of impact as in the case of exchange rate policies (see Figure ), affecting directly the prices of tradables and, through the mechanism of production, supply and demand response (see section 3 of this module and Annex 1), spreading out to other.

Changing macroeconomic policies affect national income, prices, interest rates and exchange rates all of which influence the agricultural economy. Nigeria is a vast agricultural country, endowed with substantial natural resources which include which macroeconomic, trade, price, and ex- are direct export incentives and devaluation of change rate policies affect agricultural export the exchange rate.

sectors. They estimate the model empirically for Tanzania and Malawi to measure the supply * Fiscal policies are not neutral with respect to responses of agricultural exportables.

A simplified overview of macroeconomic linkages and agriculture 45 Macroeconomic policies and food security 49 Agricultural imports as percentage of total merchandise exports 59 Contribution of components to, and Global Hunger Index scores, by region 62 Agricultural prices, nominal and real 66File Size: 3MB.

This chapter examines the impact of macroeconomic policies on agricultural performance in Zimbabwe since independence, with a specific focus on the growth in aggregate output, price incentives and export performance. Agriculture is the backbone of Zimbabwe’s economy – it contributes about 16 per cent to by: 3.

As macroeconomics looks at the whole, its objectives are aggregative in character. In other words, because of different level of aggregation, these two branches of economics focuses on different economic objectives.

Macroeconomic Policy Objectives: The macroeconomic policy objectives are the following: (i) Full employment, (ii) Price stability.

Lecture Integrating environment concerns into agricultural policy (download powerpoint slides here)What we want to learn about this topic. This section of the course examines the relationship between agricultural production and the environment and the way in which this impact is influenced and should be influenced by agricultural policies.

prices and the level of agricultural prices could be explained through a series of models, Fischer (), Zanias (), in which the case of the unexpected inflation holds a significant place. There is a large number of empirical studies, which have recorded the relationships of macroeconomic variables and agricultural sector.

The studies of. Thus, given that the effect of price and its volatility on agricultural supply response is conditional on domestic macroeconomic factors, it becomes appropriate to first analyze the responsiveness of supply response to these factors in Nigeria. Economic environment and agricultural development The importance of macroeconomic policy Tony Killick This article explores the ways in which the macroeconomic balance of the economy, and related policies, impinge on agriculture in developing countries, and considers implications for the design of by: 5.

If the price elasticity of demand for exports and imports is low, a depreciation of the exchange rate may initially cause a worsening of the balance of trade in goods and services. This is known as the J-Curve Effect.

Exchange rates and balance of payments adjustment - The ‘J-Curve’ effect. In the short term depreciation may not improve the. The Impact of Government Policies on Agricultural Productivity and Structure: Preliminary Results Mary Ahearn, Jet Yee, and Wallace Huffman Abstract: Our paper begins with a consideration of the causal relationships among productivity, farm structure, government farm payments and public investments in research and Size: KB.

Get this from a library! How prices and macroeconomic policies affect agricultural supply and the environment. [Nlandu Mamingi.; World Bank. Policy Research Department. Environment, Infrastructure, and Agriculture Division.].It is important to point out that some authors have been able to establish a direct relationship between macroeconomic policy and Agricultural output.

Ojede et al [ 28 ] employs a two-stage procedure to investigate the impact of macroeconomic policy reforms on the agricultural productivity growth of 33 African countries from to The recent increase in oil prices, if sustained, will hamper global growth, and will adversely affect oil-importing countries, particularly the poorest.

By the beginning of September the oil price had soared to $35 a barrel, from about $10 a barrel in early While capital flows to File Size: KB.