Pinilla, Vicente

Agricultural Development in the World Periphery

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Table of contents

Part I. Introduction, Theory and World Approaches

1. Agricultural Development in the World Periphery: A General Overview
Vicente Pinilla, Henry Willebald

2. Between the Engine and the Fifth Wheel: An Analytical Survey of the Shifting Roles of Agriculture in Development Theory
Martin Andersson, Emelie Rohne Till

3. The World Periphery in Global Agricultural and Food Trade, 1900–2000
Gema Aparicio, Ángel Luis González-Esteban, Vicente Pinilla, Raúl Serrano

4. Plantations and Economic Development in the Twentieth Century: The End of an Era?
Derek Byerlee, P. K. Viswanathan

Part II. Africa

5. Ghana’s Recurrent Miracle: Cocoa Cycles and Deficient Structural Change
Christer Gunnarsson

6. Initial Conditions and Agricultural Development in Zambia, 1915–2015
Ellen Hillbom, Samuel Jenkin

7. Maize and Gold: South African Agriculture’s Transition from Suppression to Support, 1886–1948
Jan C. Greyling, Nick Vink, Emily van der Merwe

Part III. Asia

8. The Agriculture–Macroeconomy Growth Link in India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh: 1900–2000
Takashi Kurosaki

9. Southeast Asian Agricultural Growth: 1930–2010
Anne Booth

10. The Two Rice Deltas of Vietnam: A Century of Failure and Success
Montserrat López Jerez

11. Transforming Indonesia: Structural Change from a Regional Perspective, 1968–2010
Tobias Axelsson, Andrés Palacio

12. Perspectives on Agricultural and Grain Output Growth in China from the 19th Century to the Present Day
Robert Ash, Jun Du, Cheng King

Part IV. Latin America and the Settler Economies

13. The Goose That Laid the Golden Eggs? Agricultural Development in Latin America in the 20th Century
Miguel Martín-Retortillo, Vicente Pinilla, Jackeline Velazco, Henry Willebald

14. Agricultural Development in Australia: 1845–2015
Kym Anderson

15. From Backwardness to Global Agricultural Powerhouse: The Transition of Brazilian Agriculture
Charles C. Mueller, Bernardo Mueller

16. Development Models, Agricultural Policies and Agricultural Growth: Peru, 1950–2010
Jackeline Velazco, Vicente Pinilla

17. Land Frontier Expansion in Settler Economies, 1830–1950: Was It a Ricardian Process?
Henry Willebald, Javier Juambeltz

18. Technological Change and Productivity Growth in the Agrarian Systems of New Zealand and Uruguay (1870–2010)
Jorge Álvarez Scanniello

Keywords: Economics, Agricultural Economics, Development Economics, Economic History, International Economics, Regional/Spatial Science

Publication year
Palgrave Studies in Economic History
Page amount
26 pages
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