THE REALITY OF AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS IN SOME DEVELOPING COUNTRIES IN VIEW OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE ORGANIZATION POLICIES "A COMPRARATIVE STUDY" 1980- 2010
Mesopotamia Journal of Agriculture,
2013, Volume 41, Issue 1, Pages 32-49
AbstractConcept which tackled the effect of international trade organization policies in agricultural exports in developing countries were various. These concepts remarked that organization policies had made a decrease in the share of developing agricultural export to its GDP. Thus, trade exchange rate has become unfavorable in developing countries and this had its effect in distributing the National income on both National and International levels. This increased the backwardness of developing countries and shared in the progress of advanced countries. There are also other ideas which say that international trade organization policies had got great advantages for the developing countries reflected in its agricultural exports depended upon this conclusion that the principles of the classic theory in foreign trade which mentioned by the economist David Ricardo in writing the political economy of 1817. in this respect, the study depended on a hypothesis which says that international trade organization policies have variant effects in agricultural experts in developing countries according to the nature of its economic structures and the efficiency of its systems in dealing with the organization policies . In order to confirm the papers hypothesis, a sample of developing countries had been chosen included (Egypt, Moritania, Tunisia, Turkey, Thailand, Indonesia, Morocco, and Jordan). This sample depended on time series data in estimating the phenomenon of the study and for each country separately for it reflects the resulted changes in its agricultural exports in view of features and characteristics which differ from one state to another.
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