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South Africa

In: Beyond Food Production

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  • Johann Kirsten
  • Julian May
  • Sheryl Hendriks
  • Charles L. Machethe
  • Cecelia Punt
  • Mike Lyne

Abstract

The importance of agricultural growth to poverty reduction is well known, but the specific channels through which the poor can take advantage of growth require further research. Beyond Food Production takes on this challenge, investigating four important channels: rural labor markets, farm incomes, food prices, and linkages to other economic sectors.

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  • Johann Kirsten & Julian May & Sheryl Hendriks & Charles L. Machethe & Cecelia Punt & Mike Lyne, 2007. "South Africa," Chapters,in: Beyond Food Production, chapter 8 Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:elg:eechap:12583_8
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    • Nick Vink & Gavin Williams & Johann Kirsten, 2004. "South Africa," Chapters,in: The World's Wine Markets, chapter 12 Edward Elgar Publishing.

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