Dries l and t reardon 2005 central and eastern europe

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Dries, L. and T. Reardon (2005). Central and Eastern Europe: Impact of Food Retail Investments on the Food Chain . London: FAO Investment Center – EBRD Cooperation Program, Report Series no. 6, February. Dries, L. and J. Swinnen (2004). Foreign Direct Investment, Vertical Integration and Local Suppliers: Evidence from the Polish Dairy Sector. World Development 32(9), 1525-1544. Dries, L., T. Reardon, and J. Swinnen. 2004. “The Rapid Rise of Supermarkets in Central and Eastern Europe: Implications for the Agrifood Sector and Rural Development,” Development Policy Review , vol. 22, no. 5, September: 525-56. Eswaran, M. and A. Kotwal (1985). A Theory of Contractual Structure in Agriculture. American Economic Review 75, 353-367. 17
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Flores, L. and T. Reardon. 2005. “Small-scale lettuce growers, wholesalers, and supermarkets in Guatemala,” Staff Paper, July. Gow, H. and J. Swinnen (2001). Private Enforcement Capital and Contract Enforcement in Transition Economies. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 83(3), 686-690. Henson, S., O. Masakure, D. Boselie, and D. Weatherspoon. 2005. ‘What do Private Food Safety and Quality Standards Mean for Developing Country Suppliers?: Fresh Produce Exports from Sub-Saharan Africa,” Food Policy. 30 (3) Henson, S. and T. Reardon. 2005. “Private Agri-food Standards: Implications for Food Policy and the Agri-food Systems,” Food Policy . (30) 3. Hernández, R., T. Reardon, J.A. Berdegué, F. Balsevich, and P. Jano. 2004. Acceso de pequeños productores de tomate a los supermercados en Guatemala . Report to USAID, DFID, and the Common Fund for Commodities, under the project RAISE/SPS, Regoverning Markets, and PFID. December. Holden, R.H. (1953). Marketing Structure and Economic Development. Quarterly Journal of Economics 67, August, 344-61. Hu, D., T. Reardon, S. Rozelle, P. Timmer, H. Wang. 2004. “The Emergence of Supermarkets with Chinese Characteristics: Challenges and Opportunities for China’s Agricultural Development,” Development Policy Review , vol. 22, no. 4, Sept.: 557-86. Hueth, B., E. Ligon, S. Wolf, and S. Wu (1999). Incentive Instruments in Fruits and Vegetables Contracts: Input Control, Monitoring, Measurements, and Price Risk. Review of Agricultural Economics 21(2), 374-389. Jano, P., M. Lundy, F. Balsevich, J. Berdegue, and T. Reardon (2004). Farmers’ Organizations and Supermarkets in Central America . Report, November, Santiago, Chile: Rimisp – Latin American Center for Rural Development. Key, N. and D. Runsten (1999). Contract Farming, Smallholders, and Rural Development in Latin America: The Organization of Agroprocessing Firms and the Scale of Outgrower Production. World Development 27 (February), 381-401. Neven, D. and T. Reardon. 2004. “The Rise of Kenyan Supermarkets and Evolution of their Horticulture Product Procurement Systems,” Development Policy Review , 22(6) November: 669-699. Reardon, T. 2003. “Desafíos de la lucha contra la pobreza rural en la economía globalizada de América Latina: instituciones, mercados y proyectos,” in Division Desarrollo Productivo y Empresarial, Unidad de Desarrollo Agricola, CEPAL. (eds.) La pobreza rural en América Latina: lecciones para una reorientación de la políticas. Series CEPAL - Seminarios y 18
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Conferencias, number 27, August. Proceedings of the International Conference 27/28 January
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