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Conceptual framework

By Joachim von Braun and Howarth http://orcid.org/0000-0001-5432-9192 Bouis

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In this chapter, the basic theoretical relationships and definitional issues related to the commercialization of agriculture and described. Simply speaking, cash crops can be defined as crops for sale. The listing of typical agricultural processing enterprises in chapter 9 gives a rough overview of cash crops (also, see von Braun and Kennedy 1986). Yet, commercialization of agriculture as a process and a characteristic of agricultural change is more than whether or not a cash crop is present to a certain extent in a production system. Commercialization of subsistence agriculture and take many different forms.PRIFPRI1; Globalization, Market and Trade Policy; nobioDG

Topics: SOUTH ASIA; INDIA; BANGLADESH; CHINA; EAST ASIA; AFRICA; INDONESIA; GUATEMALA; KENYA; RWANDA; ZAMBIA; MALAWI; GAMBIA; PHILIPPINES; PAPUA NEW GUINEA, Produce trade -- Developing countries -- Case studies.; Food supply -- Developing countries -- Case studies.; Cash crops -- Developing countries -- Case studies.; Food crops -- Developing countries -- Case studies.; Poor -- Developing countries -- Nutrition -- Case studies.; Developing countries -- Economic conditions -- Case studies.
Publisher: Baltimore, MD
Year: 2015
DOI identifier: 10.1007/978-3-319-15533-3_2
OAI identifier: oai:ebrary.ifpri.org:p15738coll2/129369
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