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Are EU trade preferences really effective? A Generalized Propensity Score evaluation of the Southern Mediterranean countries's case in agriculture and fishery

Emiliano Magrini (), Pierluigi Montalbano () and Silvia Nenci ()

FOODSECURE Working papers from LEI Wageningen UR

Abstract: This study aims to assess the trade impact of preferential schemes. It focuses on the controversial case of the trade preferences in agriculture and fishery granted by the EU to the Southern Mediterranean Countries over the period 2004-2009. The analysis presents several methodological improvements on previous works. These findings raise important issues for policy-making by mitigating the claimed efficiency of the EU trade policy in the Meditterean area.

JEL-codes: F1 F4 Q17 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
New Economics Papers: this item is included in nep-agr, nep-eur and nep-int
Date: 2014-05
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