Modernization and Stagnation: Latin American Agriculture into the 1990s


This volume is a compilation of essays on the current status of agricultural progress in Latin America and evaluates its prospects into the 1990s. The authors, all experts on Latin American affairs, examine how economic and political changes over the past two decades, both regional and worldwide, have impacted agricultural development within the region. Present trends in growth are discerned and detailed data presented in an effort to define the major obstacles to agricultural stability within the region and to propose new strategies to successfully meet the current challenge within this rapidly changing area of the world.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Ann Helwege
  • David Barkin
  • Rosemary L. Batt
  • Osvaldo Barsky
  • R. Albert Berry
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1991


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