FAO COMMODITIES AND TRADE PROCEEDINGS 1

FAO COMMODITIES AND TRADE PROCEEDINGS 2

Governance, coordination and distribution
along commodity value chains

Rome, 4-5 April 2006

 

Trade and Markets Division
FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Rome, 2007

 

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Table of Contents

Preface
Introductory Note

Brian Moir

PART 1
CONCEPTUAL ISSUES OF MARKET STRUCTURE IN AGRICULTURAL COMMODITY VALUE CHAINS

PART 2
INSTITUTIONAL AND STRUCTURAL ISSUES IN COMMODITY MARKETS

PART 3
FARMERS AND COMMODITY DEVELOPMENT

PART 4
CHANGING MARKET STRUCTURES AND DISTRIBUTIONAL ISSUES