Can the Conflicting Interests of Small-Scale Primary Producers and Consumers be Reconciled in Value Chains? The Case of Nile Perch and Rooibos Tea

A. van Tilburg, E. Kambewa

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationRe-Integrating Technology and Economy in Human Life and Society. Proceedings of the 17th Annual Working Conference of the IIDE
EditorsL. Botes, R. Jongeneel, S. Strijbos
Place of PublicationAmsterdam
PublisherRozenberg Publishers
Pages85-103
Number of pages153
ISBN (Print)9789036102858
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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van Tilburg, A., & Kambewa, E. (2012). Can the Conflicting Interests of Small-Scale Primary Producers and Consumers be Reconciled in Value Chains? The Case of Nile Perch and Rooibos Tea. In L. Botes, R. Jongeneel, & S. Strijbos (Eds.), Re-Integrating Technology and Economy in Human Life and Society. Proceedings of the 17th Annual Working Conference of the IIDE (pp. 85-103). Amsterdam: Rozenberg Publishers.