Competition and Poverty
A literature review shows competition policy reforms can deliver benefits for the poorest households and improve income distribution. A lack of competition in food markets hurts the poorest households the most. Competition in input markets and between buyers helps farmers and small businesses. And m...
|Place of publication:||
World Bank, Washington, DC 01.04.2016
|Data of publication:||2016-04-01|
|Online Access:||available in Bonn?|
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