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Title: Do Farmers Really Benefit From High Food Prices? Balancing Rural Interests in Kenya's Maize Pricing and Marketing Policy
Other Titles: Working Paper 2b
Authors: Jayne, Thomas
Yamano, Takashi
Nyoro, James,
Awuor, Tom
Keywords: High Food Prices - Rural Interests -- Maize Pricing -- Marketing Policy
Issue Date: 28-Apr-2001
Publisher: Tegemeo Institute
Abstract: Introduction: Making economic policy is a process of working out the rules of the economy and balancing the interests of stakeholder groups. Economic policy research can help inform the process by identifying outcomes of pursuing alternative policy choices. This is a case study of balancing the interests of Kenyan farmers – a very heterogeneous group – in the setting of maize pricing and trade policy.
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