Policy debate and research have only in the past few years registered the supermarket revolution and reflected on impacts on agrifood systems and development. There is evidence of emerging exclusion of under-capitalized small farmers.
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Journal articlesURBANIZATION ECONOMIC GROWTH TERRITORIAL DYNAMICS ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY TERRITORIAL DEVELOPMENT SPATIAL CONVERGENCE SOCIAL STRUCTURE INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK GENDER ANALYSIS INCOME DISTRIBUTION MATHEMATICAL MODELS ELECTRICITY
Cities, territories, and inclusive growth : unraveling urban-rural linkages in Chile, Colombia, and Mexico
We explore the effects of the growing urbanization of rural areas in Chile, Colombia, and Mexico and investigate whetherPublished dateThursday, January 2, 2014 - 05:00
This paper scrutinizes the capacity of farmer-to-processor linkages in Africa, in order to foster the effectiveness of agricultural growth for poverty reduction, take advantage of untapped sources of growth, and to generate pro-poor development tPublished dateMonday, January 2, 2006 - 05:00
In regard to equity and poverty reduction, sustaining small farmers is important. Findings show that smallholdings are typically operated by poor people who use much household labour along with that of their (equally or more) poor neighbours.Published dateMonday, January 2, 2006 - 05:00