Agricultural Reform and Trade Negotiations: Can the Doha Round deliver?
Kimberly Ann Elliott
Published: December 2006
In this essay, Kim Elliott examines the patterns of support for agriculture across countries and commodities in the industrialized world. She then summarizes the approach to reducing trade-distorting support that came out of the Uruguay Round, and concludes with a discussion of the implications for reviving and successfully concluding the Doha Round.