English, Article edition: Multilateral Trade Liberalization and Poverty in Brazil and Chile Thomas W. Hertel; Paul V. Preckel; John A.L. Cranfield; ...

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  • Multilateral Trade Liberalization and Poverty in Brazil and Chile
Author
  • Thomas W. Hertel
  • Paul V. Preckel
  • John A.L. Cranfield
  • Maros Ivanic
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  • article
Notes
  • This paper combines results from a newly available international, cross-section consumption analysis, with earnings data from household surveys from Brazil and Chile, to analyze the implications of multilateral trade liberalization for impoverished households in these two countries. Emphasis throughout this paper is on the short run, during which capital and self-employed labor are sector-specific, with wage labor being the only mobile factor of production.
  • Multilateral Trade Liberalization; Poverty; General Equilibrium Analysis
  • RePEc:cii:cepiei:2003-2q-3qi
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  • English
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