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Supply management and household poverty in Canada

Pierre Desrochers (), Vincent Geloso and Alexandre Moreau ()
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Pierre Desrochers: University of Toronto Mississauga
Alexandre Moreau: Institut économique de Montréal

International Review of Economics, 2018, vol. 65, issue 2, No 6, 240 pages

Abstract: Abstract The regulation of the Canadian dairy and poultry industries through production quotas (also known as supply management) is widely believed to result in higher consumer prices that disproportionately impact poorer households. Using the most recent Survey of Labour and Income Dynamics (Statistics Canada 2013), we estimate the number of Canadians pushed below the poverty/low-income threshold as a result of this policy as ranging between 133,000 and 189,000 individuals.

Keywords: Supply management; Agricultural production quotas; Canadian household expenses; Inequality; Poverty (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: Q13 I32 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018
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