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The Green Revolution Game: a training experience. In: Training for agriculture and rural development 1981



The Green Revolution Game: a training experience. In: Training for agriculture and rural development 1981



FAO Economic and Social Development Series (24): 9-14



The Green Revolution Game is a simulation of the role of technology in the processes of social and economic differentiation in an Indian village. The object of the game is to make participants more aware of what life is like for a small farmer as a member of a community in a developing country, and it demonstrates how complex decision making can be even in a simplified model of traditional agriculture.

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