Year

1988

DOI

10.17848/9780880996211

Abstract

Six esteemed agricultural economists confront a variety of issues ranging from the role of technical change in agricultural development to the persistent problem of hunger in Africa.

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Download 1. Introduction / Sisay Asefa (501 KB)

Download 2. Technical Change and Agricultural Development / Vernon Ruttan (1.3 MB)

Download 3. The Political Economy of Agricultural and Rural Development / Bruce F. Johnston (704 KB)

Download 4. Foreign Assistance and Agriculture Development: Implications of the Past 25 Years for Policy Conditionality, Capacity Building, and Sustainability / Uma Lele (1.1 MB)

Download 5. United States Agriculture in the Global Context / John W. Mellor (1.1 MB)

Download 6. Foreign Assistance and American Agriculture / C. Peter Timmer (1.8 MB)

Download 7. Ending African Hunger: Six Challenges for Scientists, Policymakers and Politicians / Carl K. Eicher (1.4 MB)

Note

Presented during the 22nd Annual Economics lecture series at Western Michigan University

ISBN

9780880990660 (pbk.) ; 9780880996211 (ebook)

Subject Areas

INTERNATIONAL ISSUES

World Food and Agriculture: Economic Problems and Issues

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Asefa, Sisay, ed. 1988. World Food and Agriculture: Some Problems and Issues. Kalamazoo, MI: W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research. https://doi.org/10.17848/9780880996211

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