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Evaluation of food production projects. An alternative approach to meet population growth in developing countries



Evaluation of food production projects. An alternative approach to meet population growth in developing countries



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The book provides an alternative approach to conventional cost benefit analysis as a method of evaluating food production projects. It first discusses the problems in general terms, and in relation to irrigation, livestock and fisheries projects.

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