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AgEcon Search 6,538 records found 1 - 10nextlast  jump to record: Search took 0.16 seconds. 
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Agriculture is central to Myanmar’s rural economy, and Ayeyarwady and Yangon regions are considered to be the country’s ‘rice bowl’. Yet few detailed data are av [...]
English | 2017 | Report |
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Migration between rural locations is prevalent in developing countries and has been found to improve economic well-being in Sub-Saharan Africa. This article explores the [...]
English | 2017 | Report |
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Mad Cow Disease (BSE), genetically modified organisms, greater demand for organic produce, cloning of livestock, all enjoy the increasing fear and preoccupation of EU con [...]
English | 2002 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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In many developing countries, their governments dominate the field of water resources management. Even in “participatory irrigation management” efforts, the governmen [...]
2006 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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This paper explores the conditions for sustainable development through two models of economic growth that elucidates two extremes; an open economy with constant prices, a [...]
2008 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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Laws often have unintended consequences—consequences that even the most earnest policymakers fail to mull over. Such is the case with the Farm Security and Rural Inves [...]
2006 | Journal Article |
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This paper reviews the "vent-for-surplus" model of agricultural development, in which access to foreign markets allows "surplus productive capacity" to be exploited. The [...]
1989 | Working or Discussion Paper |

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