Recent Advances in the Analyses of Demand for Agricultural Insurance in Developing and Emerging Countries

  title={Recent Advances in the Analyses of Demand for Agricultural Insurance in Developing and Emerging Countries},
  author={Williams Ali and Awudu Abdulai and Ashok K. Mishra},
  journal={Annual Review of Resource Economics},
Despite the significant risks and uncertainties that farmers in developing and emerging countries face in their production process, efforts at encouraging them to adopt agricultural insurance to mi... 
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