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Policy implications of household grain marketing and storage decisions in Zimbabwe



Policy implications of household grain marketing and storage decisions in Zimbabwe



Southern Africa: food security policy options Proceedings of the Third Annual Conference on Food Security Research in Southern Africa, 1-5 November, 1987: 329-358



Information on the nature and seasonality of farm household grain transactions and income sources in Zimbabwe is employed to assess: (1) the basis for improved national forecasts of grain deliveries, (2) marketing activities and market access within communal areas, (3) factors affecting the demand for grain in rural areas, and (4) distributional aspects of government grain policies.

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