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Record number 366258
Title Chain-wide learning for inclusive agrifood market development : a guide to multi-stakeholder processes for linking small-scale producers to modern markets
Author(s) Vermeulen, S.; Woodhill, A.J.; Proctor, F.; Delnoye, R.
Source Wageningen : International Institute for Environment and Development - ISBN 9789085049647 - 114
Department(s) Wageningen Centre for Development Innovation
Publication type Book aimed at a professional audience
Publication year 2008
Keyword(s) kleine bedrijven - markten - handel - agrarische handel - voedselindustrie - voedselketens - handleidingen - multi-stakeholder processen - small businesses - markets - trade - agricultural trade - food industry - food chains - guide books - multi-stakeholder processes
Categories Small and Medium Sized Businesses
Abstract This guide provides a set of concepts and analytical tools for finding ways to better link small-scale producers to the modern markets associated with today’s largescale supermarket retail and wholesale operations. It is has been developed through iterative testing with partners in several organisations and countries. The guide is a product of the Regoverning Markets Programme, a multi-agency programme to generate strategic information and anticipatory policy advice on small-scale producers in these fast changing markets.
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