Structural Adjustment and African Women Farmers

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The first published discussion of Tomich's concept of "strategic notions" is in Johnston and Tomich ( 1988). It is discussed in more detail in a forthcoming book by Thomas P. Tomich, Peter Kilby, and Bruce F. Johnston, Agriculture and Structural Transformation: Rural Development Strategies in Low-Income Countries.

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