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[경제] The Pass-Through of International Commodity Price Shocks to Producers’ Welfare : Evidence from Ethiopian Coffee Farmers

에티오피아 국외연구자료 연구보고서 - World Bank 발간일 : 2021-10-05 등록일 : 2021-11-18 원문링크

International commodity price shocks may have large impacts on producers in developing countries. In this paper, a unique household panel data from Ethiopia is utilize to show that a decrease in international coffee price has strong pass-through to the consumption of households that rely on coffee production as a main source of livelihood. It also results in decreases in on-farm labor supply (particularly male labor supply) and induces reallocation of labor towards non-coffee fields, but has negligible effect on off-farm labor supply. The decline in consumption has significant consequences on child malnutrition: children born in coffee-producing households during low coffee price periods have lower weight-to-age and weight-to-height z-scores than their peers born in non-coffee households.

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