The economics of managing crop diversity on-farm : case studies from the Genetic Resources Policy Initiative / edited by Edilegnaw Wale, Adam G. Drucker and Kerstin K. Zander
- Machine generated contents note: 1.Setting the Scene -- 1.Introduction: Setting the scene for GRPI economics / Edilegnaw Wale -- 2.Variety Trait Preferences and On-farm Conservation Policy -- 2.Economic analysis of Ethiopian farmers' preferences for crop variety attributes: A choice experiment approach / Kerstin K. Zander -- 3.Valuation of rice diversity in Nepal: A trait-based approach / Edilegnaw Wale -- 4.Farmers' perceptions on replacement and loss of traditional crop varieties: Examples from Ethiopia and implications / Edilegnaw Wale -- 3.Market Value Chains, Commercialization and On-farm Conservation Policy -- 5.Consumers' attribute preferences and traders' challenges affecting the use of local maize and groundnut varieties in Lusaka: Implications for crop diversity policy / M. T. Daura -- 6.Commercialization and market linkages for promoting the use of local rice varieties: A Nepalese case study / Krishna Prasad Pant -- 4.Conclusions and Outlook -- 7.Findings, conclusions, implications and outlook / Adam G. Drucker.
- 9781849712217 (hardback)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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