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close this bookCo-operatives and the Poor (ICA, 1978, 96 p.)
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View the documentABBREVIATIONS
View the documentFOREWORD
View the documentINTRODUCTION AND ABSTRACT OF PROCEEDINGS
View the documentTHE LOUGHBOROUGH STATEMENT*
close this folderCONSULTANTS' BACKGROUND PAPERS
close this folder1. Co-operatives and the Poor: A Comparative Perspective
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close this folderI. Introduction
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View the documentA. The Growth-Equity Dilemma
View the documentB. The Decentralization-Equity Dilemma
View the documentII. The Nature of the Poverty Problem
View the documentIII. The Concept of Co-operation
close this folderIV. Choice of Marketing Institutions for Reaching the Poor10
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View the documentA. Prevailing Views about Traditional Markets
close this folderB. Performance of Traditional Markets and Factors Affecting Performance
View the document1. Market Structure
View the document2. Intermarket Price Differences
View the document3. Marketing of Inputs
View the document4. Seasonal Price Differences
View the document5. Marketing Co-operatives
View the document6. Preconditions for an Effective Marketing System
close this folderV. Agricultural Credit26
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View the documentA. Factors Affecting Small Farmer Productivity and Credit Repayment
View the documentB. Factors Affecting Credit Distribution
View the documentC. Preconditions for an Effective Credit System
close this folderVI. Production Co-operatives
View the documentA. Factors Influencing Promotion of Production Co-operatives
View the documentB. Factors Affecting Performance of Production Co-operatives
View the documentVII. Summary and Implications for Future Role of Co-operatives
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close this folder2. Co-operatives and the Poor: A Review from within the Co-operative Movement
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View the documentForeword
View the documentI. Poverty and the Poor
View the documentII. Co-operatives in Relation to Poverty
View the documentIII. The Experience in Developed Countries
View the documentIV. Experience in Developing Countries
View the documentV. Co-operatives and Government
close this folderVI. Relevant Studies
View the documentA. The UNRISD Studies
View the documentB. Other Studies
View the documentVII. The International Dimension
View the documentVIII. Conclusion
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View the documentAPPENDIX: PARTICIPANTS
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