Agricultural Development: Issues, Evidence and Consequences
Agriculture as a supplier of food
The welfare of farmers and more generally, the rural population
The role of agriculture in economic development
The impact of government intervention on the performance of the agricultural sector as a subject of political economy.
KeywordsMigration Income Argentina Omic Estima
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