Income and nutritional effects of the commercialization of agriculture in southwestern Kenya:
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- Cavallo, Domingo & Mundlak, Yair, 1982. "Agriculture and economic growth in an open economy: the case of Argentina," Research reports 36, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI).
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KeywordsAgriculture Economic aspects Kenya South Nyanza District.; Food supply Kenya South Nyanza District.; Sugarcane industry Kenya South Nyanza District.; Maize industry Kenya South Nyanza District.; Agricultural wages Kenya South Nyanza District.; Agricultural laborers Kenya South Nyanza District Nutrition.; Cost and standard of living Kenya South Nyanza District.; Diseases Kenya South Nyanza District.; Nutrition policy Kenya South Nyanza District.;
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