WHEAT IMPORTS REALITY IN SOME DEVELOPING COUNTRIES IN THE LIGHT OF THE EFFECT OF ECONOMIC GLOBALIZATION POLICES FOR THE PERIOD 1985-2010
Mesopotamia Journal of Agriculture,
2017, Volume 45, Issue 3, Pages 23-32
AbstractGlobalization is considered one of the historical stages in which the Capital system is passing through and confirmed that the agricultures sector in advanced states had shared alot in securing the bases and necessary components to achieve high rates in economic growth. Most of these countries had adopted various strategies which led to the emergence of untraditional agricultural sector in these countries with high productive characteristics and conant rated huge surpluses of agricultural and strategic products especially the product of wheat, this created economic effects favorable to the exporters in advanced countries and unfavorable to the importers of this product in developing countries. This study depended upon hypothesis which says that the existence of anumber of economic factors are variant in their effects in imported quantities of that product in some developing countries in the light of the effect of economic globalization policies with its economic structure nature and the efficiency of systems in dealing with globalization policies. We had chosen six developing countries: Egypt, Jordan, Morocco, Thailan, Tunisia and Turkey. In this sample, we depended upon time series data in estimating the phenomenon of topic research for each country separately for it reflects the changes in imported quantities. In order to reach the best results, standard example had been applied with four forms: namely: the linear form, the double logarithmic, Semi-Logarithmic and the opposite we had reached a number of conclusion and the most important was the sharing in globalization policies in directing the largest part of local and foreign investments towards non agricultural sectors and this led to the decrease of product quantities of wheat product with reflected its effect in increasing the imported quantities of that product.
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