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Edited By: David Bigman
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Reviews the impact of globalization on the economics of developing countries in general and their agricultural and rural sectors in particular. The consequences of the removal of trade barriers and the elimination of many country-specific and commodity specific trade agreements is also examined.
The impact of globalization on developing countries; globalization, policy reforms and the agricultural sector - developing country case studies; the changing global trading rules and their impact; the role of public agricultural research. (Part contents).
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