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Policies to promote cereal intensification in Ethiopia: A review of evidence and experience

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  • Byerlee, Derek
  • Spielman, David J.
  • Alemu, Dawit
  • Gautam, Madhur

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Dawit Alemu: DCA, Ethiopia

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  • Byerlee, Derek & Spielman, David J. & Alemu, Dawit & Gautam, Madhur, 2007. "Policies to promote cereal intensification in Ethiopia: A review of evidence and experience," IFPRI discussion papers 707, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI).
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    Cereal crops; Agricultural development; Agricultural extension work; Fertilizers; Seed industry and trade Developing countries; Public investment; Food policy;

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