Each year the US federal government spends billions on farm subsidies, with policy makers often justifying the expense on the grounds that it helps to support the rural economy. In new research, Jeremy G. Weber looks at who really benefits from improvements in agricultural profitability. He finds that farmers and property owners captured 94 percent of income gains from […]
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