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This book is about the inter-relationships between food, farming and rural economics in Britain and the European Community, providing both a description of the present situation and an analysis of the economic problems that afflict those people and businesses most concerned. It is written in non-technical language and is accessible to a broad range of readers, from students of agriculture, geography and economics to those living and working in rural areas and concerned about the future. It provides an insight into European agricultural policy and a perspective on world agricultural trade as well as a detailed commentary on resource use in British agriculture.
agriculture capital economics economy finance international trade labour nutrition public policy trade
Berkeley Hill and Derek Ray 1987
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