Catalog Record: Adding a food consumption perspective to farming systems research | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Adding a food consumption perspective to farming systems research / by Timothy R. Frankenberger for Nutrition Economics Group, Technical Assistance Division, Office of International Cooperation and Development, United States Department of Agriculture.

Main Author: Frankenberger, Timothy R.
Language(s): English
Published: [Washington, D.C.?] : The Group ; [1985].
Subjects: Food consumption > Developing countries.
Agricultural systems > Developing countries
Note: "June 1985."
"A report prepared under RSSA-BST-1171-R-AG-3125-01 with the Office of Nutrition, Bureau for Science and Technology, Agency for International Development under Project 931-1171 Nutrition: Consumption and analysis of agricultural policies."
Physical Description: viii, 65 p. : charts ; 28 cm.
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