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Sensitivity of welfare effects estimated by equilibrium displacement model: A biological productivity growth for semisubsistence crops in Sub-Sahara African market with high transaction costs

By Hiroyuki Takeshima


equilibrium displacement model, pivotal shift, Cassava, semisubsistence, market margins, double buffering, Development strategies,

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