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Agricultural Policies in Developing Countries

By: F Ellis
357 pages, 30 figs, 10 tabs
Agricultural Policies in Developing Countries
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  • Agricultural Policies in Developing Countries ISBN: 9780521395847 Paperback Jan 1992 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Considers the methods used by governments to change the environment within which agricultural production takes place, by influencing the prices of farm inputs and outputs, by modifying agricultural institutions, and by promoting new technologies.

Contents

Preface; Acknowledgements; Part I. Agriculture Policy Analysis: 1. Markets, state and policy; 2. Policy analysis: framework; 3. Policy analysis: economics; Part II. Agricultural Policies: 4. Price policy; 5. Marketing policy; 6. Input policy; 7. Credit policy; 8. Mechanisation policy; 9. Land reform policy; 10. Research policy; 11. Irrigation policy; Part III. Cross-cutting Themes: 12. Women and agricultural policies; 13. Food policy and food security; 14. Policies in perspective; References; Author index; Subject index.

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By: F Ellis
357 pages, 30 figs, 10 tabs
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...another in the excellent Cambridge University Press series of Wye Studies in Agricultural and Rural Development...not only achieves its design ambitions for use in undergraduate and postgraduate courses related to agricultural policy, agricultural economics, and rural development, but is also quite accessible to nonspecialist readers. Jock R. Anderson, Journal of Developing Areas
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