Quantitative Development Policy Analysis
Johns Hopkins University Press, 1995 - Economic policy - 397 pages
The quantitative analysis of development policy; Demand analysis; The profit function approach no supply and factor demand; Supply response: experctations formation and partial adjustment; Behavior and welfare under risk; Household models; Price distortions: indicators and partial equilibrium analysis; The real exchange rates; Transactions cost and agrarian institutions; Input-output tables, social accounting matrices, and multipliers; Multimarket models; Computable general equilibrium models.
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The Quantitative Analysis of Development Policy
The Profit Function Approach to Supply and Factor Demand
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accounts adjustment aggregate Agricultural Economics allocative allocative efficiency approach average behavior border price budget calculated capital cereals Chapter Cobb-Douglas coefficient column commodity computed constraint consumer price consumer surplus consumption crops decisions demand system derived Development domestic price econometric effects efficiency endogenous equations equilibrium exchange rate estimated exogenous exogenous variables expenditures export tax factor demand farm farmers fixed factors food subsidies foreign Gini coefficient household model impact imports income effects income elasticities increase induced input investment Janvry Journal of Agricultural labor land market failures market price matrix maximization measured multimarket nontradable numeraire parameters partial equilibrium policy analysis price distortions price elasticities production function profit function quantities real exchange rate real income relative revenue rice risk aversion rural sector shadow price share simulation social stabilization structural substitution supply response Table technological change tion tradable trade transactions costs translog urban wage welfare wheat