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Record number 319633
Title Globalization and Developing Countries: Emerging Strategies of Rural Development and Poverty Alleviation
Author(s) Bigman, D.
Source Wallingford [etc.] : CABI [etc.] - ISBN 9780851995755 - 336
Department(s) Development Economics
Publication type Scientific book or proceedings (editor)
Publication year 2002
Keyword(s) globalisering - economische groei - armoede - plattelandsontwikkeling - economische ontwikkeling - gevalsanalyse - agrarische economie - economisch beleid - internationale handel - ontwikkelingslanden - globalization - economic growth - poverty - rural development - economic development - case studies - agricultural economics - economic policy - international trade - developing countries
Categories Development Studies (General) / International Economy / Development Economics / Economics (General)
Abstract The globalization process and the internal policy reforms that the developing countries have implemented during the past decade have changed the relative prices of practically all their inputs and outputs. Agricultural producers have therefore been forced to change the structure and methods of their production. The objective of this book is to review the impact of globalization on a number of issues. These include the effects of changes in global trading rules and regulations, the removal of trade barriers and the elimination of many country-specific and commodity-specific trade agreements, on the economies of developing countries in general and their agricultural sectors in particular.
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