Handbook of Agricultural Economics, Vol 4

  • ID: 1762322
  • Book
  • 912 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Advances in agriculture offer many countries the best and only chance of reducing poverty. Yet economic growth and population increases are driving higher demand for food and rising real prices. What solutions have successfully promoted agriculture? This volume examines national and international food agriculture policies and how they enhance agricultural productivity growth. It provides unique historical reviews on policies and their effects, and it clearly articulates both positive and negative lessons for promoting agriculture lead growth. With chapters written by international authorities, this book recognizes that agriculture is not just about providing food for today, but about growing it in an environmentally sustainable way that can help people work their ways out of poverty.Chapters cover international macro-economic policies and trade, farm structure in developing countries, regional experiences in agriculture, and regional studies on agricultural productivity policies.

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Overview
Part I
Policies.
Part II
Farm Structure.
Part III
Aid to Farmers.
Part IV
Regional Experiences.
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Evenson, Robert E.
Pingali, Prabhu
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