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How third world rural households adapt to dietary energy stress

the evidence and the issues
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International Food Research Institute , Washington, D.C
Malnutrition -- Developing countries., Adaptation (Physiology) -- Developing count
StatementPhilip Payne and Michael Lipton.
SeriesFood policyreview / International Food Policy Research Institute -- 2, Food policyreview -- 2.
ContributionsPayne, Philip., Lipton, Michael, 1937-, International Food Policy Research Institute.
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LC ClassificationsRA645.N87
The Physical Object
Pagination134p. ;
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Open LibraryOL22299332M
ISBN 10089629501X

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How third world rural households adapt to dietary energy stress. The evidence and the issues. Lipton, Michael. Overview. This book builds on some findings in land reforms in developing countries.

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How third world rural households adapt to dietary energy stress: the evidence and the issues by P. R Payne (Book) 10 editions published. How third world households adapt to dietary energy stress: the evidence and the issues With Philip Payne. International Food Policy Research Institute: Washington DC () Growing points in poverty reseach: labour issues International Institute of Labour Studies ().

How Third World Rural Households Adapt to Dietary Energy Stress: The by Philip Payne, Michael Lipton () "The questions of who is stressed and who adapts are addressed here only in regard to those issues relevant to research priorities on adaptation.

" 6. .BA, MA (Oxon), DLitt (Sussex), FBA. Contact. About. Currently writing book, 'Malthus in Africa' How Third World rural households adapt to dietary energy stress. Article.The main purpose of this work is to identify the most valuable literature sources concerned with rural energy in the Third World.

The annotated bibliography provides critical reviews of more than sources and lists 50 by: 4.