PRACTITIONER’S GUIDEBOOK AND TOOLKIT FOR AGRICULTURAL POLICY REFORM: THE P.M.C.A. APPROACH TO STRATEGIC POLICY ENGAGEMENT

Agricultural policies are shaped by complex interactions between political, economic, social, and cultural forces, many of which are not easily understood (Binswanger and Deininger 1997). These forces are particularly magnified in the context of developing, predominantly agrarian countries, where food and agricultural policies can dramatically influence livelihoods outcomes, economic growth prospects, and political fortunes. Because of this, agricultural policy reforms are essential for achieving development objectives, and frequently incredibly difficult to achieve.


Issue Date:
Mar 03 2017
Publication Type:
Report
Language:
English
Total Pages:
33
Series Statement:
FSP Research Paper 49




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