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Farming and the Diffusion of Markets for Food

Dualism and inequality worsen due to relative lack of technological innovations and reduced welfare in agriculture (Barrett et al., 2010). A modernising value chain, viewed in this theoretical perspective, is one of the development agendas for overall growth of the economy with no sectoral disparities in income. Agri-food transformation has been going on in the world in waves after early nineties, first in Latin America, South East Asia, China and now in India (Minten and Reardon, 2011). India is said...

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