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Revisiting the agrarian question: family-farming and political arenas around land and natural resources in the context of climate change and changing global food chains. Evidence from Nicaragua.

The main hypothesis is that the current global context generates new pressures on and threats for family farming affecting theirproperty rights over natural resources and participation in wealth creation. The main objective is to generate evidence based policyfor rural development, focusing on the role of family-farming and lts relation with other types of agricultural production.
Date:1 Oct 2011 →  30 Sep 2013
Disciplines:Economic development, innovation, technological change and growth