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From subsistence to profit: Transforming smallholder farms

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  • Fan, Shenggen
  • Brzeska, Joanna
  • Keyzer, Michiel
  • Halsema, Alex

Abstract

This food policy report presents a typology of the diverse livelihood strategies and development pathways for smallholder farmers in developing countries, and offers policy recommendations to help potentially profitable smallholders meet emerging risks and challenges.

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  • Fan, Shenggen & Brzeska, Joanna & Keyzer, Michiel & Halsema, Alex, 2013. "From subsistence to profit: Transforming smallholder farms," Food policy reports 26, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI).
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    Keywords

    Smallholders; Farmers; Subsistence agriculture; Agricultural development; agricultural transformation; Commercial farming; Land; Land use; land access;

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