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The trade-off between economic efficiency and food self-sufficiency in using Sudan's irrigated land resources

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  • Hassan, Rashid M.
  • Faki, Hamid
  • Byerlee, D.

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  • Hassan, Rashid M. & Faki, Hamid & Byerlee, D., 2000. "The trade-off between economic efficiency and food self-sufficiency in using Sudan's irrigated land resources," Food Policy, Elsevier, vol. 25(1), pages 35-54, February.
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    1. Fander Falconí & Juan Cadillo Benalcazar & Freddy Llive Cóndor & Jesus Ramos-Martin & Belén Liger, 2015. "Pérdida de autosuficiencia alimentaria y posibilidades de complementariedad agrícola en los países de UNASUR," Documentos de Trabajo CEPROEC 2015_06, Instituto de Altos Estudios Nacionales, Centro de Prospectiva Estratégica.
    2. Clapp, Jennifer, 2017. "Food self-sufficiency: Making sense of it, and when it makes sense," Food Policy, Elsevier, vol. 66(C), pages 88-96.

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