Globalization and the poverty – environment link in Asian agriculture

@inproceedings{Coxhead2006GlobalizationAT,
  title={Globalization and the poverty – environment link in Asian agriculture},
  author={Ian Coxhead},
  year={2006}
}
  • Ian Coxhead
  • Published 2006
The globalization of developing economies has changed the terms both of the growth-poverty nexus and of the poverty-environment tradeoff. Developing countries pursuing comparative advantage through engagement with the global economy undergo rapid and far-reaching structural change. They typically generate more labor-intensive growth, in which the benefits are more widely spread across the population. Some old threats to the environment are reduced, but others are made worse. Given location… CONTINUE READING

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