We aim to contribute to the assessment of poverty impacts on the rural sector arising from agricultural policy adjustments in Colombia. For this we use an agriculture specialized static CGE model, jointly (sequentially) with a microsimulation model that allows for effective job relocation. Results indicate that the sectoral impact of the program implemented tends to be small and has considerable variability across crops. They also show that the highest impacts come from the irrigation and land improvements component of the program. Lastly, although it reduces poverty, poverty impacts are small and tend to concentrate in rural households toward the middle of the income distribution ladder.
Project leader: Ricardo Arguello
|Authors||Co-Authors||Title of paper||Title of Economic Review||Bibliographic references|
|Ricardo Arguello||Daniel Valderrama Gonzalez,Sandra Acero Walteros||Sectoral and poverty impacts of agricultural policy adjustments in Colombia||Agricultural Economics|
|Poverty Impacts of Agricultural Policy Adjustments in an Opening Economy: the Case of Colombia||2012-08-02||1792.03KB||0||0|
|Assessing the Poverty Impacts of Agricultural Policy Adjustments in the Context of an Opening Economy: the Case of Colombia||2012-08-20||636.67KB||0||0|
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