Eminent economists and development experts focus on a number of concerns that are currently the major preoccupation of development economists, policymakers, and practitioners. The issues addressed in this collection center on strategies to eradicate poverty, reduce inequality, and deal effectively with problems of management and the utilization of land and water resources. The contributors analyze the issues in the context of past experience, the present international setting, and possible alternative strategies for the future, and consider, as well, theoretical and methodological concerns.
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PART 1: METHODOLOGICAL ASPECTS, PART 2: AGRICULTURAL AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES, PART 3: LAND AND WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT, PART 4: GLOBAL ISSUES
Dr. Kenneth C. Nobe is professor and chairman in the Department of Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics, Colorado State University, and director of the university's International School for Economic Development Studies. Dr. Rajan K. Sanpath is associate professor in Coloraldo State University's Department of Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics.