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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Lebenswissenschaftliche Fakultät - Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture

Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture No. 3/09


Developing countries in the Doha Round –
how balanced is the negotiation position?
Harald Grethe, Hohenheim, Germany

How much food aid is enough?
Insights for WTO rulemaking

Ryan Cardwell, Winnipeg, Canada
William A. Kerr, Saskatoon, Canada

Benefits and costs of compliance of sanitary regulations in livestock markets:
the case of Rift Valley Fever in the Somali Region of Ethiopia

Alejandro Nin-Pratt, Washington, DC, USA
Mohammad A. Jabbar, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Simeon Ehui, Washington, DC, USA

Impact assessment of macroeconomic policies on the supply of non-traditional export crops in Nigeria
Timothy Olukunle Oni, Ibadan, Nigeria

A micro-econometric analysis of the impact of climate change on livestock management in South America
S. Niggol Seo, Bilbao, Spain

Book reviews

THIRLWALL, A.P. and P. PACHECO-LÓPEZ (2008):
Trade Liberalisation and the Poverty of Nations.
Stefan Tangermann, Witzenhausen, Germany

MCCULLOUGH, ELLEN B., PINGALI, PRABHU L. and KOSTAS G. STAMOULIS (2008):
The Transformation of Agri-Food Systems: Globalization, Supply Chains and Smallholder Farmers.
Miet Maertens, Leuven, Belgium

RASHID, S., A. GULATI and R. CUMMINGS JR (2008):
From Parastatals to Private Trade – Lessons from Asian Agriculture.
Marcus Mergenthaler, Stuttgart, Germany

BROUWER, FLOOR, VAN RHEENEN, TEUNIS, DHILLION, SHIVCHARN S. and ANNA MARTHA ELGERSMA (eds.) (2008):
Sustainable Land Management: Strategies to Cope with the Marginalisation of Agriculture.
Andreas Neef, Kyoto, Japan

LIN, GEORGE C.S. (2009):
Developing China: Land, Politics and Social Conditions.
Christian Böber, Stuttgart, Germany