The Role of Export Cropping in Less Developed Countries: Discussion

Bale, Malcolm D.
May 1981
American Journal of Agricultural Economics;May81, Vol. 63 Issue 2, p396
Academic Journal
Criticizes a paper which addressed the role of agricultural exports in economic development. How agricultural export-oriented policies could help developing countries; Approaches to solving food security problems.


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