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A Survey of Agricultural Economics Literature, Vol. 4: by Lee Martin

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The Ivorian planters led the drive to independence after World War II and the planters remain a powerful political force in the C6te d'lvoire today. For a discussion of French colonial policy in West Africa, see Newbury and Kanya-Forstner [1969]. In Tanganyika (now Tanzania), the 1905-12 thrust of German colonial and commercial policy was to develop plantation agriculture. Hut and poll taxes were imposed to force Africans to provide wage labor for the plantations. Iliffe [1979] has shown that by the end of German rule in 1912 an export orientation was firmly established.

Santiago, Chile International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics. Hyderabad, India Institute for Contemporary Studies. San Francisco, CA Institute of Developing Economies. Tokyo Marketing Agency. Colombia International Development Research Center. Ottawa, Canada Institute for Development Studies. Univ. of Nairobi. Kenya Institute de Economia Agricola (Institute of Agricultural Economics). Sao Paulo, Brazil International Economics Division. USDA. C. Institut d'£levage et de Me"de"cin Ve'te'rinaire de Pays Tropicaux (Institute of Livestock and Veterinary Medicine for Tropical Countries).

The Lagos Plan calls for massive increases in foreign assistance and measures to increase food production. The third is the USDA's Food Problems and Prospects in Sub-Saharan Africa 10 CARL K. EICHER AND DOYLE C. BAKER [1981]. The fourth is the World Bank's Accelerated Development in Sub-Saharan Africa: An Agenda for Action [1981b]. The fifth is a collection of papers edited by Mellor, Delgado, and Blackie, Accelerating Food Production Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa [1987]. The sixth is a collection of papers edited by Mandivamba Rukuni and Carl K.

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