Incorporating Smallholders’ Values into Value Chains through Partnerships

Joy S. Clancy, Avinash Narayanaswamy

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Abstract

Inclusion of smallholders in global value chains has been seen as a mechanism to contribute to endogenous economic growth, and simultaneously, to poverty reduction (Helmsing and Vellema 2011). Identifying the actors, their roles and the processes which influence endogenous economic growth has kept academic researchers busy for some time. Their analysis has included the interaction between public and private actors, and the creation of new institutions which enable the organisation of small farmers in high-value export chains (Helmsing 2013).
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationLocal Governance, Economic Development and Institutions
EditorsGeorgina M. Gomez, Peter Knorringa
PublisherSpringer
Pages258-268
ISBN (Print)978-1-349-71838-2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2016

Publication series

NameEADI global development series
PublisherSpringer

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Value chain
Economic growth
Smallholders
Small farmers
Poverty reduction
Inclusion
Interaction
Global value chains

Keywords

  • METIS-320998
  • IR-103077

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Clancy, J. S., & Narayanaswamy, A. (2016). Incorporating Smallholders’ Values into Value Chains through Partnerships. In G. M. Gomez, & P. Knorringa (Eds.), Local Governance, Economic Development and Institutions (pp. 258-268). (EADI global development series). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1057/9781137557599_14
Clancy, Joy S. ; Narayanaswamy, Avinash. / Incorporating Smallholders’ Values into Value Chains through Partnerships. Local Governance, Economic Development and Institutions. editor / Georgina M. Gomez ; Peter Knorringa. Springer, 2016. pp. 258-268 (EADI global development series).
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Incorporating Smallholders’ Values into Value Chains through Partnerships. / Clancy, Joy S.; Narayanaswamy, Avinash.

Local Governance, Economic Development and Institutions. ed. / Georgina M. Gomez; Peter Knorringa. Springer, 2016. p. 258-268 (EADI global development series).

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Clancy JS, Narayanaswamy A. Incorporating Smallholders’ Values into Value Chains through Partnerships. In Gomez GM, Knorringa P, editors, Local Governance, Economic Development and Institutions. Springer. 2016. p. 258-268. (EADI global development series). https://doi.org/10.1057/9781137557599_14