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        Rain Agriculture and Tariffs

        ABSTRACT

        This paper examines whether and how rainf shocks affect tariff setting in the agricultural sector In a model of strategic trade policy, the authors show that the impact of a negative rainf shock on optimal import tariffs is genery ambiguous, depending on the weight placed by the domestic policy maker on tariff revenue, profits and the consumer surplus The more weight placed on domestic profits, the more likely it is that the policy maker will respond to a rainf shortage by reducing import tariffs These findings are robust to alternative assumptions about market structure and the timing of the game Using detailed panel data on applied tariffs and rainf for 70 nations, the authors find robust evidence t ....read more

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        • TypeReport, Research Paper
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        • Size579 KB
        • LanguageEnglish
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        • Postedalmost 4 years ago
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