High rates of growth in agricultural production need not be incompatible with increased employment, income, and the satisfaction of basic needs in the lower-income developing countries. Emphasizing this theme, the author presents three alternative agricultural development strategies and suggests guidelines for identifying appropriate policies and p
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About the Author
Dr. Bela Mukhoti is an agricultural economist in the International Economics Division, Economic Research Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Table of ContentsIntroduction -- Alternative Patterns of Agricultural Development: "DSS" and "USF" Development Models -- Country Case Studies and Typologies of Development Situations -- Analysis of "Functional Areas" for Their Potential Impact on Employment Generation and Growth of Effective Demand -- Interrelationships Among the Functional Areas and the Determination of Priorities -- Summary