6 edition of Tradeoffs or Synergies? found in the catalog.
January 15, 2001 by CABI .
Written in English
|Contributions||D.R. Lee (Editor), C.B. Barrett (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||450|
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Tradeoffs Or Synergies?: Agricultural Intensification, Economic Development, and the Environment. David R. Lee, Christopher B. Barrett. CABI, - Technology & Engineering - pages. This book addresses the linkages and tradeoffs involved in solving such key challenges.
Social and Environmental Dimensions of Organizations and Supply Chains Tradeoffs and Synergies. Editors: Brandenburg, Marcus, Hahn, Gerd J., Rebs, Tobias (Eds.) Free Preview.
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Tradeoffs or Synergies. by Lee, David R, Barrett, Christopher B. (CABI,) [Hardcover] Hardcover See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions PriceManufacturer: CABI, Achieving Agricultural Intensification, Economic Development and Environmental Goals: Tradeoffs and Synergies, D R Lee, C B Barrett, P Hazell, and D Southgate Reviews this book is a very good reference for researchers, policy makers and postgraduate students who are interested in the 'tradeoff versus synergies' debate.
Get this from a library. Social and environmental dimensions of organizations and supply chains: tradeoffs and synergies. [Marcus Brandenburg; Gerd J Hahn; Tobias Rebs;] -- This book focuses on environmental and social factors in international supply chains and industry networks.
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Methods of investigation aim at (1) the quantification of tradeoffs/ synergies using an array of tools borrowed from modeling, behavioral economics, econometrics, etc. or/and (2) at ranking. Get this from a library. Tradeoffs or synergies?: agricultural intensification, economic development, and the environment.
[David R Lee; Christopher B Barrett;] -- "The need for increased food production, enhanced economic growth and poverty reduction, whilst at the same time achieving environmental sustainability, is a global issue of growing importance.
The central objective of the volume is to review and consider a range of evidence on the 'tradeoffs versus synergies' theme as it pertains to the multiple objectives of agricultural intensification in low-income countries. policy and institutional issues. The book contains 24 chapters and an index.
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