Abstract

There is a lengthy history of devolution of federal policy and programs to the states through the use of grants-in-aid in general and block grants in particular. In the area of agricultural policy, for example, programs for agricultural research and extension have, since their origin, been jointly funded by a system of grants from the federal government to the states. In recent years, the possible consequence of a major devolution of farm policy and programs from the federal government to the states has received much attention.

Disciplines

Agribusiness | Agricultural and Resource Economics | Business

 

URL: http://digitalcommons.calpoly.edu/agb_fac/40