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Modern input promotion in sub-Saharan Africa: insights from Asian green revolution

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  • Shahidur Rashid
  • Paul A. Dorosh
  • Mehrab Malek
  • Solomon Lemma

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  • Shahidur Rashid & Paul A. Dorosh & Mehrab Malek & Solomon Lemma, 2013. "Modern input promotion in sub-Saharan Africa: insights from Asian green revolution," Agricultural Economics, International Association of Agricultural Economists, vol. 44(6), pages 705-721, November.
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