A study of Japanese rice market liberalization
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Published .
Written in English

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  • Japan.

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  • Rice trade -- Japan.

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Edition Notes

Statementby Hiroshi Fujiki.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 94/2221 (H)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationix, 150 leaves
Number of Pages150
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1242230M
LC Control Number94629109

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In this study the welfare effects of directing the current intervened rice market towards a free market with no controlled policy is evaluated applying a partial equilibrium analysis to the 4. RICE DEMAND ANALYSIS Introduction. In order to obtain an accurate forecast of the impact of liberalization of the Japanese rice market, it is necessary to estimate demand elasticities precisely. One of the most influential studies on rice consumption in Asia is an empirical study conducted by Ito, Peterson and Grant (). Utilizing. JAPANESE. The Japanese first moved to Texas in significant numbers after a fact-finding tour of the Gulf Coast by a consular official, Sadatsuchi Uchida, in Local officials and businessmen told Uchida that rice farmers from Japan would be especially welcome in Texas. Schneider, Robert R., "A framework for analyzing food subsidies," World Development, Elsevier, vol. 16(7), pages , chi, Kiyoshi, "A General Equilibrium Analysis Of Japanese Rice Market Trade Liberalization," Annual meeting, August , Chicago, IL , American Agricultural Economics Association (New Name Agricultural and Applied Economics Association).

The paper presents results of a study analyzing consumer behavior in the Japanese rice market. In Japan, rice is more than a staple food (Ohnuki-Tierney, ). Rice – and its byproducts (rice wine [sake], rice spirit [shochu], tea, but also e.g. rice straw in tatami mats) – is a central part of the Japanese culture and identity. However,Author: Oliver Meixner, Magdalena Kubinger, Parissa Haghirian, Rainer Haas. Using the case of Lao Arrowny Corporation, a Lao-Japanese joint venture that has contracted more than 2, farmers since to produce Japanese rice for export, this study provides a comprehensive comparison of contract rice farming households and non-contract rice farming households under similar agro-ecological and social conditions. ItFile Size: KB. Okamoto, I. (). Transformation of the rice marketing system after market liberalization in Myanmar. In K. Fujita, F. Mieno, & I. Okamoto (Eds.), The economic transition in Myanmar after Market economy versus state control (pp. –). Singapore: NUS Press in association with Kyoto University Press. Google ScholarAuthor: Koichi Fujita. Introduction Waving banners that proclaimed “Our life is important, our lifestyle is important—so we oppose agricultural liberalization!” Japanese farmers drove thirty-seven tractors through the streets of the Ginza shopping district of downtown Tokyo in November .

Study the extract below and answer the questions that follow. The projects will cost US$ million and are expected to boost the country’ s. efforts to meet the Millennium Development Goals for health, water and sanitation. well as adequate water supply and improved sanitation as key priority areas. The government’s policy to promote rice production and cut-backs in the volume of rice procurement increased the amount of rice sold in the market, which induced more traders to enter the rice-marketing business". Liberalization was thus beneficial for the expansion of a private market in which new kind of jobs such as rice traders, gave new. Problems of Rice Distribution in Brand-Rice Producing Region under Poor Crop Circumstances (Satoh,J.) Reasons for Rice Shortage and Effects of its Partial Import Liberalization on Production and Distribution in Kyusyu (Kai,S.) Issues on Opening the Rice Market and Food Control(Gist) (Kitade,T.) <Article>. The market forces decide the price/unit of raw rice in the market. Thus, the owner has to follow the supply demand dynamics and price its product. To maintain a pre-defined profit margin the owner should know its revenue and costs and aim to increase its revenue and decrease its costs.