Food Marketing Reconsidered. An Assessment of the Liberalization of Food Marketing in Sub-Saharan Africa
The liberalization of food marketing has been implemented as part of structural adjustment programmes in Sub-Saharan Africa. In this sutdy we assess (i) the aims of reform policy, (ii) the implementation of specific reform measures, (iii) the politics of reform, and (iv) the impacts of reform.
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