By: RS Anderson, E Levy and B Morrison
410 pages, Maps, tables
The International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) was established to help solve world food problems. This book examines the planning and development of the Institute, its efforts to persuade Asian governments to try to increase food production by following its advice, and the interaction between technology at IRRI, rice scientists, and national research strategies.
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