Insurances, Futures markets & RiskNon classéZ-Agricultural crises regulationZ-Insurances, Futures markets & RiskZ-USA & Farm Bill

Futures markets and income insurances are not substitutes for public regulations

In a series of three articles, we are proposing additional insights on what is known as private risk management tools––futures markets and insurance against economic risks.

In the first article published, we are showing why these tools are mostly adapted when market prices regularly fluctuate around production costs, which is not the practice of agricultural markets.

Futures markets and income insurances are not substitutes for public regulations (1/3)

The second article of the series will provide an analysis of operators’ strategies, the alliances and concerns by the promoters of private tools to manage risks.

Futures markets and income insurances are not substitutes for public regulations (2/3)

Lastly, the third article will cover the concerns and limitations of futures markets in the dairy sector.

Futures markets and income insurances are not substitutes for public regulations (3/3)

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