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Agricultural Transformation in Ethiopia: State Policy and Smallholder Farming

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Offers a new perspective on food security and sustainability, two of the most pressing issues currently facing global development efforts. Features a wealth of on-the-ground empirical research from Ethiopian scholars. There is currently considerable scholarly and policy interest in Ethiopia as an authoritarian developmental state. The implications regarding smallholder agriculture extend far beyond Ethiopia, and will be applicable to much of Africa and the global South. Part of the Africa Now Series, supported by the highly respected Nordic Africa Institute.

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