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04/13/2008

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I agree with most of what Prof. Posner writes in this piece, but I'm not sure I see how urban food subsidies make farmers worse off. Is this an argument that the tax incidence on the rural population (i.e., to fund the subsidies) exceeds the increased price paid to farmers due to the food subsidy? Perhaps this is the case, but it depends on elasticities of supply and demand for food and how the subsidy is financed. In contrast, restrictions on food exports unambiguously hurt the domestic agricultural sector.

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