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close this bookAgricultural Growth Linkages in Sub-Saharan Africa - Research Report 107 (IFPRI, 1998, 152 p.)
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View the documentCHAPTER 1. - Introduction
View the documentCHAPTER 2. - Concepts, Prior Work, and Issues Pertaining to Agricultural Growth Linkages
View the documentCHAPTER 3. - Methodology and Overview of Case Studies
View the documentCHAPTER 4. - North to South in Burkina Faso
View the documentCHAPTER 5. - Southwestern Niger
View the documentCHAPTER 6. - The Senegalese Groundnut Basin
View the documentCHAPTER 7. - Eastern Province, Zambia and Gazaland District, Zimbabwe
View the documentCHAPTER 8. - Conclusions
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Christopher L. Delgado is a research fellow at IFPRI; Jane Hopkins was formerly a research fellow at IFPRI and currently is economic growth advisor to the Office of Women in Development of the U.S. Agency for International Development; Valerie Kelly was formerly a research fellow at IFPRI and currently is visiting associate professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics of Michigan State University; Peter Hazell is director of the Environment and Production Technology Division of IFPRI; Anna McKenna was a research analyst at IFPRI and is currently studying law at American University; Peter Gruhn is a research analyst at IFPRI; Behjat Hojjati was formerly a research analyst at IFPRI and currently is a consultant; Jayashree Sil was a research analyst at IFPRI and is currently completing a Ph.D. in agricultural and resource economics at the University of California, Berkeley; and Claude Courbois is a research analyst at IFPRI.

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