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  • Removing border protection on wheat and rice: effects on rural income and food securities in China
Author
  • Yinhua Mai
Physical Description
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  • In this paper, I use the Monash Multi-Country (MMC) model - a dynamic CGE model of China, Australia and the Rest of the World - to analyse the effects of removing border protection on wheat and rice in China. The analysis points to the possibility that removing border protection on wheat and rice may lead to an increase in rural income in China. This is due mainly to the following two factors. First, while removing border protection on wheat and rice leads to a contraction in agricultural activities, it also leads to an expansion in manufacturing and services activities. Second, on average, rural households in China obtain over half of their income from manufacturing and services activities.
  • China, Wheat and rice, CGE modelling, rural income
  • RePEc:cop:wpaper:g-160
Language
  • English
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