By Ralph D Christy
This crucial ebook explores substitute thoughts in agricultural and rural improvement to handle the affects of globalization methods on smallholder agriculturalists and marginalized rural humans. Its target is twofold: (1) to spot and investigate the most important strategies wherein globalization is affecting the smallholder agricultural and rural sectors; and (2) to spot and suggest either micro- and macro-level guidelines and different techniques to accommodate the issues that arise.This quantity offers writings of top students and practitioners operating within the deepest and public sectors. Their paintings makes a speciality of significant crosscutting matters within the constructing global and on country-specific case reports.
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