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Grassroots Perspectives on ‘Indigenous’ Agricultural Development: Indian Organisations and NGOs in the Central Andes of Ecuador

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This paper was presented and revised during a series of presentations and discussions at Miami, Hull, and Liverpool. An earlier version was distributed as Working Paper No. 45 of the Centre of Latin American Studies at Cambridge University. The author is particularly grateful to the observations of Simon Batterbury, David Booth, Diana Liverman, Paul Richards, Lakshman Yapa and the editors. The argument is based on material collected during research periods in Ecuador funded by the Inter-American Foundation, Washington, DC, and the Overseas Development Institute, London. The author is very grateful to all these institutions for their support. The opinions are his own.

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Bebbington, A. Grassroots Perspectives on ‘Indigenous’ Agricultural Development: Indian Organisations and NGOs in the Central Andes of Ecuador. Eur J Dev Res 4, 132–167 (1992). https://doi.org/10.1080/09578819208426574

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