Session 2.2: Price effects

Room: Enugu

Chair: Ginette Patricia Mondonguo Camara, Senior Economic Advisor, UNDP

Paper Presenters:

  • Faut-il modifier les mécanismes de fixation de prix d’achat du coton graine au producteur et d’abondement du fonds de gestion risque prix de la filière coton au Cameroun ?

Mathieu Juliot Mpabe Bodjongo, Ministère du Commerce and Université de Yaoundé II, Cameroon
Discussant: Tomgouani Lanie, University of Kara, Togo

  • Food price shocks and government expenditure composition: An evidence from African countries

Carine Meyimdjui, CERDI, Université d’Auvergne, France
Discussant: Mathieu Juliot Mpabe Bodjongo, Ministère du Commerce and Université de Yaoundé II, Cameroon

  • Differential Effects of Food Security Policies on Subsistence Farmers and the Urban Poor

Mario Miranda, Ohio State University, USA, Don F. Larson, World Bank, Francis Mulangu, African Center for Economic Transformation, Ghana, Katie Farrin, US Department of Agriculture Economic research Service, USA
Discussant: Carine Meyimdjui, CERDI, Université d’Auvergne, France

  • Spatial and Vertical Price Transmission and Asymmetric Adjustment The Case of Local and Imported Rice in Togo

Tomgouani Lanie, University of Kara, Togo

Discussant: Francis Mulangu, African Center for Economic Transformation, Ghana

AEC 2016 : Concurrent Session 2.2: Price effects, 06 december 2016

“Our goal is clear: achieve food self-sufficiency for Africa in ten years, eliminate malnutrition and hunger and move Africa to the top of agricultural value chains.” – Akinwumi Adesina, AfDB President

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