Pathways Towards Prosperity in Rural Nicaragua: Why households drop in and out of poverty, and some policy suggestions on how to keep them out
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KeywordsAgricultural economics; Agricultural sector; Agricultural structure; Data analysis; Data collection; Household food security; Households; Nicaragua; Poverty; Rural areas; Surveys; Urban rural migration;
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