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Evolution of agricultural management in developing countries (2016_2_40_001)

In recent years, it has been possible to observe significant changes in the input and output market of agricultural products, as well as the technology used in their production, processing and distribution. Because of these changes, we have been able to observe the emergence of new types of agricultural producers or organizers, as well as new combinations of productive resources in developing countries. The objective of this research project is to analyze who these producers or organizers are and how they are innovating in order to combine their productive resources. This analysis will provide key knowledge for formulating policies that will promote the agricultural producers and organizers who will feed us in the future.

April 2016 - March 2018

Members of the Research Project
[ Organizer ] Shimizu Tatsuya
[ Co-researcher ] Tsukada Kazunari
[ Co-researcher ] Kojin Emi
[ Co-researcher ] Yamada Nanae
[ Co-researcher ] Ito Seiro
[ Co-researcher ] Hoken Hisatoshi (Professor, Kwansei Gakuin Univeristy, College of International Studies)
[ Co-researcher ] Tsuji Kazunari (Associate Professor, Saga University, Facultry of Agriculture)
[ Co-researcher ] Tani Hiroyuki (Professor, Sophia University, Faculty of Foreign Studies)
  • 研究双書 (in Japanese)