Series: Longman Development Studies
By: P Blaikie
256 pages, Illus
First published in 1985. The Political Economy of Soil Erosion in...
This book is the first to use a wide variety of tools of social analysis to discuss the reasons why most soil conservation programmes in developing countries do not succeed. It suggests that new approaches must embrace political and economic factors.
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