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Population growth, food production and land degradation in poor countries

Population growth, food production and land degradation in poor countries

Notes et Documents Economie et Sociologie Rurales/Montpellier, Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique ( 109): 283-290

The paper focuses on the relationship between population growth, land degradation and food production in poorer countries. The first section looks at the relationship between population growth and food production, which in most of the developing world is aggravated by the lack of non-agricultural labour alternatives.

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