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Commercialisation, distribution and consumption: rural-urban grain and resource transfers in peasant society


The geography of urban rural interaction in developing countries: 204-232
Commercialisation, distribution and consumption: rural-urban grain and resource transfers in peasant society
Having surveyed several of the theoretical arguments concerning commercialization and market exchange, the chapter provides a detailed assessment of the differential influences of grain commercialization in Tamil Nadu, India, and Hausaland, Nigeria, and explores the implications for nutritional levels in peasant households.


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