Progress for Food or Food for Progress?: The Political Economy of Agricultural Growth and Development
Development is necessary in all countries, not only the so called `underdeveloped' or `developed' countries. So begins this comparative analysis of agricultural growth and development around the world, not just in developing countries. Unique to this volume is its comprehensive coverage of numerous countries around the world and its in-depth comparison of economic change in relation to historical and geographic diversity. These features, along with ground-breaking conclusions put forth by the author, will interest not only economists, economic journalists, politicians, and business leaders seeking to understand the workings of the international community, but also scholars and students of development, agricultural economic, and comparative economics.
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