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Forty Years Of Agricultural Economics Scholarship And Practice In South Africa: A Time To Challenge The Consensus And Refocus Our Intellectual Work

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  • Kirsten, Johann F., 2002. "Forty Years Of Agricultural Economics Scholarship And Practice In South Africa: A Time To Challenge The Consensus And Refocus Our Intellectual Work," Working Papers 18069, University of Pretoria, Department of Agricultural Economics, Extension and Rural Development.
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    1. Kirsten, Johann F., 2003. "A theoretical perspective on agribusiness and ethics in a South African context," Agrekon, Agricultural Economics Association of South Africa (AEASA), vol. 42(4), December.

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