Food and Power: Regime Type, Agricultural Policy and Political Stability, Feb 14

Published: 12/02/2018
Food and Power: Regime Type, Agricultural Policy and Political Stability, Feb 14
Source: EVENTS.BERKELEY.EDU

One of the most salient cleavages to be managed in developing nations is between cities and the countryside, and it plays itself out in markets for agricultural produce and food. Agricultural policy is a trade-off between rural and urban interests and results from different types of governments attempting to remain in power by addressing the competing claims of these constituencies. Policies go on

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