broadbean, welfare analysis, agricultural economics
The broadbean is one of the most important food items in Egypt and is both heavily subsidized and rationed, although the per family entitlement depends on quantities available. It is the basic staple for breakfast for most Egyptians in both rural and urban areas. The governmental policies that determine the production, marketing, and distribution of broadbeans affect consumers and producers. The government budget is also affected by the subsidy and trade policies. Thus, virtually every Egyptian is touched by policies affecting this crop and consumption commodity.
Original Publication Citation
"A Welfare Analysis of Production and Consumption of Broadbeans in Egypt" (with Adel Moustafa and Dyaa Abdou), ADS Working Paper No. 111, Dept. of Agric. Econ., U of California, Davis, January 1983.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Delworth, B. Gardner; Moustafa, Adel N.; and Abdou, Dyaa, "A Welfare Analysis of Production and Consumption of Broadbeans in Egypt" (1983). Faculty Publications. 3102.
Economics Working Paper Series
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