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Department
Geography
Course
GGR287H5
Professor
Pierre Desrochers
Semester
Winter

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46. What are the main commodities covered by supply management boards? According to Mark Milke, how do these boards create higher prices than a free market in agricultural commodities? What have been the long standing goals of supply management schemes? According to Sarlo, Martin and Lee, who are the two main groups of Canadians hurt by supply management? Who are the main beneficiaries of the system (and what do they mostly produce)? How does supply management work and how does it affect domestic production and international trade? How have the Canadian population and the total Canadian milk production per year change since the beginning of supply management in 1967? -What are the main commodities covered by supply management boards? 1. Dairy 2. Chicken 3. Turkey(?) 4. Eggs -According to Mark Milke, how do these boards create higher prices than a free market in agricultural commodities? 1. By restricting new market entrants 2. Restricting Supply -What have been the long standing goals of supply management schemes? 1. Decreasing Surplus 2. Increasing prices 3. Decreasing government - According to Sarlo, Martin and Lee, who are the two main groups of Canadians hurt by supply management? 1. Low income Canadians 2. Those looking for jobs -Who are the main beneficiaries of the system (and what do they mostly produce)? 1. Only a small group of farmers 2. Agricultural commodities like eggs, chicken, and dairy - How does supply management work and how does it affect domestic production and international trade? …(?) -How have the Canadian population and the total Canadian milk production per year change since the beginning of supply manag
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