Keeping food flowing within African food systems by busting policy myths


I love academic papers that use evidence to try and shift stubborn policy perspectives, especially when those policy perspectives seem to be holding back development and hunger reduction. So, it is no surprise that I like the recent paper by Liverpool-Tasie et al. (2020) on persistent myths that are held about African food supply chains. […]

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Consumer, Labour economics, Liverpool, Logistics, Supply chain
Source: GAIN - News