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Policy-Making for Sustainable Agricultural Development

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Farming; Policy-making; Rural development; Strategic planning; Sustainability


  • Sustainability is the ability of an organization and its employees to effectively and efficiently manage their core economic responsibilities in maximizing long-term value while proactively respecting the environment and being accountable to all stakeholders in a transparent and timely manner.

  • Agriculture development refers to the idea of policy-makers providing assistance and resources to farmers and crop producers along with relevant assistance in research, best practices, technology, and pest control recommendations.


Leaders in both private and public sector organizations play an important role in bringing about positive and necessary developments in society. This function is especially an important consideration for public sector policy-makers when they look at the long-term effects of policy-making in economic and agricultural development. Farmers and citizens of any...

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Senathip, T., Mujtaba, B.G., Cavico, F.J. (2018). Policy-Making for Sustainable Agricultural Development. In: Farazmand, A. (eds) Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy, and Governance. Springer, Cham.

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