The International Fund for Agricultural Development
Ross B. Talbot reviews the creation of the newest of the United Nations's specialized agencies -- the International Fund for Agricultural Development. His analysis focuses on why such an organization was proposed, how the complicated negotiations for its adoption were consummated, and how its unique triumvirate decision-making procedures work.
Farm and Food Policy: Issues of the 1980s, Don Paarlberg Reviewed by Ross B. Talbot
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