Afghanistan : Economic Incentives and Development Initiatives to Reduce Opium Production
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- Mansfield, David & Pain, Adam, 2005. "Alternative Livelihoods: Substance or Slogan?," Issues Papers 14650, Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit.
- World Bank, 2007. "Connecting Afghanistan : A Policy Note on Rural Access in Afghanistan," World Bank Other Operational Studies 19235, The World Bank.
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- Pain, Adam & Lautze, Sue, 2002. "Addressing Livelihoods In Afghanistan," Issues Papers 14647, Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit.
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- Philip Keefer & Norman Loayza, 2010. "Innocent Bystanders : Developing Countries and the War on Drugs," World Bank Publications, The World Bank, number 2420, June.
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KeywordsPoverty Reduction - Rural Poverty Reduction Economic Theory and Research Crops and Crop Management Systems Finance and Financial Sector Development - Access to Finance Macroeconomics and Economic Growth Agriculture;
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