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Agricultural development in Malawi since Independence: policies and structural change


, : Agricultural development in Malawi since Independence: policies and structural change. Index to Theses accepted for Higher Degrees in the Universities of Great Britain and Ireland 36(4): p.1489

This thesis is concerned with development policies pursued in Malawi since Independence and the consequences of these policies, with a focus on the agricultural sector. The argument commences with a brief discussion of colonial economic development. Then, in Chapter 2, policies and development since Independence are analysed in a broad context and the 'critical' and 'laudatory' literature is scrutinized.

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