Subsidies

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Who’s to Blame?: An Analysis of Agricultural
Subsidies and Their Effects on Development
Jared Baragar
SIT Study Abroad

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Who’s to Blame?: An Analysis of Agricultural Subsidies and their Effects on Development
By Jared Baragar
Yale University
Political Science major; focus on International Relations
November 25, 2009
Fall 2009; Switzerland: International Studies, Institutions, and Social Justice Independent Study Project (ISP)

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