Research AreasMarket Access, Policy & Institutions
TimelineStart Date: 1 October 2010 | End Date: 30 September 2012
The objective of this project is to gain greater understanding of the policies and incentives in place in one of the more advanced countries in Latin America. This includes investigating the level of public support for supply chains, identifying what works and what does not work both for increasing the competitiveness of rural economies and for poverty reduction, and sharing those lessons with a wide range of public policy decision-makers all with the aim of contributing to a more informed debate about the utility and limitations of public investments and incentives in this area. To achieve this objective, the proposal will focus on Colombia as a case study.
Donor: Ford Foundation
Tagsagroenterprise development, Decision And Policy Analysis, rural development, supply chains, value chains
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