Smallholder Agriculture and Market Participation
Lessons from Africa
This book should be read by researchers and students of agriculture, agriculture economics and international development as well as policy makers within government departments and international development agencies.
2 Some theoretical considerations
Part 2 The smallholder context: constraints
3 Environmental constraints
4 Household constraints
Part 3 The institutional infrastructure
5 Contractual arrangements
Part 4 The policy environment
6 Objectives and assumptions
7 Public-private partnerships
8 Summary, conclusions and recommendations
Nigel David Poole is a Reader in Development Policy, SOAS, University of London.