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Assessing Smallholder Farming: Diagnostic Analysis of Family-Based Agricultural Systems in a Small Region

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  • Elisabeth Rasse-Mercat
  • Nicolas Ferraton
  • Isabelle Touzard
  • Stéphanie Barral
  • Didier Pillot

Abstract

This handbook is a training tool designed for scholars and students teaching or studying agrarian diagnosis. It was produced in the framework of the INRAD project, supported by the European Commission’s Asia Link program in order to promote innovative training in South-East Asian Universities. INRAD is an EU-supported program that aims at developing an academic curriculum on agricultural developmentand natural resource management in Asian Universities. The case study used here as an illustration is based on the results of the surveys undertaken in one of the hands-on learning sessions mentioned above, held in the district of Giham in Lampung, indonesia. The approach introduces toa  group of scholars from the University of Lampung.

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  • Elisabeth Rasse-Mercat & Nicolas Ferraton & Isabelle Touzard & Stéphanie Barral & Didier Pillot, 2012. "Assessing Smallholder Farming: Diagnostic Analysis of Family-Based Agricultural Systems in a Small Region," Manual/Guide Book, Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA), number 2012:149.
  • Handle: RePEc:sag:seamgb:2012:149
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    1. Thuy, Phan Thi & Niem, Le Duc & Lebailly, Philippe, 2020. "Recent Evolution of Perennial Crop Farms: Evidence from Dak Lak Province, Vietnam," AGRIS on-line Papers in Economics and Informatics, Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, Faculty of Economics and Management, vol. 10(3), September.

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