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Distortions to Agricultural Incentives in Latin America (World Bank Trade and Development Series) Paperback – October 2, 2008

ISBN-13: 978-0821375136 ISBN-10: 082137513X
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Kym Anderson is the George Gollin Professor of Economics, foundation Executive Director of the Wine Economics Research Centre, and formerly foundation Executive Director of the Centre for International Economic Studies at the University of Adelaide in Australia, where he has been affiliated since 1984. Previously he was a Research Fellow at the Australian National University (1977-83), following doctoral studies at the University of Chicago and Stanford University (1974-77); and in 2012 he rejoined ANU part-time as a Professor of Economics in its Crawford School of Public Policy. He was on extended leave at the Economic Research division of the GATT (now WTO) Secretariat in Geneva during 1990-92 and at the World Bank's Development Research Group in Washington DC as Lead Economist (Trade Policy) during 2004-07. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Washington DC-based International Food Policy Research Institute, and of Australia's Commission for International Agricultural Research.

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