Trade Policy as Well as Non Trade Policy Reforms and Export Performance of Agricultural Commodities: An Empirical View of Developing Countries
International Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization
Volume 3, Issue 4, August 2015, Pages: 65-68
Received: Jul. 17, 2015; Accepted: Jul. 28, 2015; Published: Aug. 6, 2015
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Tomson Odongo, Department of Finance, Makerere University Business School, Kampala, Uganda
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This paper reviews relevant literatures to provide an empirical view on the role of trade policy as well as non trade policy reforms on export performance of agricultural commodities from developing countries during the 1990s and the subsequent years. The study discovered that trade policy reforms introduced to developing countries during the 1990 are central in determining output and consequently export performance of agricultural commodities. The study recommends for promotion of trade policy reforms within agricultural sector in developing countries in order to promote export performance of agricultural commodities.
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Trade Policy, Non Trade Policy Reforms, Export Performance of Agricultural Commodities
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Tomson Odongo, Trade Policy as Well as Non Trade Policy Reforms and Export Performance of Agricultural Commodities: An Empirical View of Developing Countries, International Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization. Vol. 3, No. 4, 2015, pp. 65-68. doi: 10.11648/j.ijebo.20150304.12
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