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The policy effect of government assistance on the rice production in Southeast Asia:comparative case studies of Thailand, Vietnam, and the Philippines / Thanapan Laiprakobsup

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Subjects: Rice Production --case studies --Southeast Asia;
Summary notes: Government in Southeast Asia plays a crucial role in the rice sector. It intervenes in rice production in order to increase the country’s production andto achieveself-sufficiencyin rice production. How does the government’s policy affect rice production? This paper examines the policy effect of government assistance on rice production in Southeast Asian countries and it argues that the less likely government is to impose tax barriers on the rice sector and to control prices, the more likely is rice production to increase. Studying the relation between rice policy and rice production in Southeast Asia, the paper finds that a decline in the state’s tax intervention in the rice sector helps to increase rice production in both rice exporting and importing countries. In addition, the results show that political liberalization leads to an increase in rice production. Therefore, a reduction in tax barriers and the abandonment of the state’s price control are state policies that encourage rice production in the long run. ;
Links: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/21665095.2019.1568900
Type: Journal article
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Host: Development Studies Research, 6:1, 1-12,
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24504$aThe policy effect of government assistance on the rice production in Southeast Asia$bcomparative case studies of Thailand, Vietnam, and the Philippines $cThanapan Laiprakobsup
500 $aAccess online Open Access
520 $aGovernment in Southeast Asia plays a crucial role in the rice sector. It intervenes in rice production in order to increase the country’s production andto achieveself-sufficiencyin rice production. How does the government’s policy affect rice production? This paper examines the policy effect of government assistance on rice production in Southeast Asian countries and it argues that the less likely government is to impose tax barriers on the rice sector and to control prices, the more likely is rice production to increase. Studying the relation between rice policy and rice production in Southeast Asia, the paper finds that a decline in the state’s tax intervention in the rice sector helps to increase rice production in both rice exporting and importing countries. In addition, the results show that political liberalization leads to an increase in rice production. Therefore, a reduction in tax barriers and the abandonment of the state’s price control are state policies that encourage rice production in the long run.
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773 $t Development Studies Research, 6:1, 1-12, $x 2166-5095
856 $uhttps://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/21665095.2019.1568900

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