MGMT 628

Agribusiness in Developing Economies

Course overview

You’ll examine relationships between agriculture, rural development and economic growth with a focus on ways of linking poor communities and small-scale producers to economic opportunities.

Course information

Available semesters Semester 2 2021
Credits 20
Domestic fees $1,298.00

What you will learn

After successfully completing this course, you’ll be able to:

  1. Explain relationships between innovation, agricultural development and economic growth.
  2. Analyse the impact of property rights on the efficient and equitable use of natural resources by rural communities and smallholders.
  3. Identify factors that constrain smallholder participation in markets.
  4. Design effective business models to link rural communities and smallholders with market opportunities.

Course examiners

Michael Lyne v2

Associate Professor Michael Lyne

Associate Professor

Faculty of Agribusiness and Commerce

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