Effects of Tariffs and Sanitary Barriers on High- and Low-Value Poultry Trade
A competitive partial-equilibrium spatial model with heterogeneous goods is constructed to evaluate effects of the removal of tariffs, tariff-rate quotas, and sanitary regulations on world poultry trade. The model distinguishes between "highvalue" (mostly white meat) and "low-value" (mostly dark meat) poultry products and simulates the trade flows among eight exporting and importing countries and regions. Removing all barriers simultaneously has a larger impact on trade than removing only tariffs and tariff-rate quotas. Imposition of sanitary barriers against U.S. products by Russia shifts trade flows, but does not have large net impacts on U.S. producers.
Peterson, Everett B.; Orden, David, Effects of Tariffs and Sanitary Barriers on High- and Low-Value Poultry Trade, Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Volume 30, Issue 1, April 2005, Pages 109–127
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