Nicaragua: Without structural changes there´ll be no sustainable reduction of rural poverty
AbstractThis is a contribution of the ENVIO-NITLAPAN. The author is member of the scientific council of the RCASAE, and he is a senior researcher of the CAU NITLAPAN.
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Date of creation: 15 Aug 2011
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Poverty Reduction Strategies; Agriculture and Development; Food Security and Poverty; E24; E23; D43; D72;
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