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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 documentForeword
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View the documentSummary
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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Agricultural Growth Linkages in Sub-Saharan Africa

Christopher L. Delgado
Jane Hopkins
Valerie A. Kelly


Peter Hazell, Anna A. McKenna, Peter Gruhn, Behjat Hojjati, Jayashree Sil, and Claude Courbois

International Food Policy Research Institute
Washington, D.C.

Copyright 1998 International Food Policy Research Institute

All rights reserved. Sections of this report may be reproduced without the express permission of but with acknowledgment to the International Food Policy Research Institute.

Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data

Agricultural growth linkages in sub-Saharan Africa/by Christopher L. Delgado ... [et al.].

Includes bibliographic references (p.).

ISBN 0-89629-110-3

1. Agriculture - Economic aspects - Africa, Sub-Saharan.
2. Agriculture and state - Africa, Sub-Saharan.
I. Delgado, Christopher L.
II. International Food Policy Research Institute.

HD2117.A3514 1998

338. 1'0967 - dc2l


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