To contribute to the economic understanding of alternative food‐grain policy options for Morocco, examines the fiscal implications of instituting, in addition to the current soft wheat subsidy, a consumer and producer subsidy in the related markets of hard wheat and barley. Subsidizing the two related markets has been suggested by some economists as a possible means of alleviating the subsidy burden through shifting supply and demand in the soft wheat market. The analysis shows that the additional subsidies will not alleviate the problem.
Azzam, A.M. and Britel, A. (1992), "An Economic Analysis of a Cross‐market Subsidy Scheme for Morocco′s Food Grain Sector", Journal of Economic Studies, Vol. 19 No. 5. https://doi.org/10.1108/01443589210024836Download as .RIS
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