According to a new study from the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), “farm programs do not affect food prices in a direction that protects the poor, and the people whose incomes are most improved by farm policies are not the same people who are at risk of poverty and hunger.”
The study, authored by former U.S. Department of Agriculture chief economist Joseph Glauber, along with Daniel Sumner and Parke Wilde, investigates whether U.S. farm subsidy policies help the food c
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