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Productive Inclusion of Smallholder Farmers in Brazil’s Biodiesel Value Chain: Programme Design, Institutional Incentives and Stakeholder Constraints

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  • Clovis Zapata

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  • Diego Vazquez-Brust

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  • José Plaza-Úbeda

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  • Clovis Zapata & Diego Vazquez-Brust & José Plaza-Úbeda, 2010. "Productive Inclusion of Smallholder Farmers in Brazil’s Biodiesel Value Chain: Programme Design, Institutional Incentives and Stakeholder Constraints," Working Papers 73, International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth.
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    2. Mairon G. Bastos Lima, 2013. "Adjusting Biofuel Policies to Meet Social and Rural Development Needs: Analysing the Experiences of Brazil, India and Indonesia," Policy Research Brief 40, International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth.

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