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Land Rights And Intra-Household Employment And Resource Use In The Peri-Urban Area Of Banjul, The Gambia

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  • Roth, Michael J.
  • Carr, Ben
  • Cochrane, Jeffrey A.

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As part of cooperative research program examining factor markets in peri-urban areas of The Gambia (Banjul and Serekunda) to see if they are constraining agricultural growth and employment, particularly in the horticultural subsector, the household production survey reported in this study assesses inter- and intrahousehold issues of market access and constraints to land-improving investment and productivity. Implemented in 1993, survey is highly disaggregated by plot, gender, enterprise, and type of employment.

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  • Roth, Michael J. & Carr, Ben & Cochrane, Jeffrey A., 1996. "Land Rights And Intra-Household Employment And Resource Use In The Peri-Urban Area Of Banjul, The Gambia," Research Papers 12756, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Land Tenure Center.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:uwltrp:12756
    DOI: 10.22004/ag.econ.12756
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