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Cost of Surrogacy in Delhi
How To Survive Inflation With The Rising Cost Of Food
The Marginal Cost of Capital and the Optimal Capital Budget
Bridging the Tax-Expenditure Gap: Green Taxes and the Marginal Cost of Funds
The True Cost of Open Source Software: Uncovering Hidden Costs and Maximizing ROI
Trade Liberalisation, the Income Elasticity of Demand for Imports and Growth in Latin America
The Macro-Economic Impact of Remittances in Latin America- Dutch Disease or Latin Cure?
How To Treat Oligospermia, The Main Cause Of Infertility In Men?
ESTIMATING BROADBAND DEMAND AND ITS ECONOMIC IMPACT IN LATIN AMERICA
Since World War II, the Green Revolution has boosted agricultural production in Latin America and other parts of the Third World, with money, technical assistance, and other forms of aid from United States development agencies. But the Green Revolution came at a high price--massive pesticide dependence that has caused serious socioeconomic and public health problems and widespread environmental damage.
In this study, Douglas Murray draws on ten years of field research to tell the stories of international development strategies, pesticide problems, and agrarian change in Latin America. Interwoven with his considerations of economic and geopolitical dimensions are the human consequences for individual farmers and rural communities.
This highly interdisciplinary study, integrating the perspectives of sociology, ecology, economics, political science, and public health, adds an important voice to the debate on opportunities for and obstacles to more lasting and sustainable development in the Third World. It will be of interest to a wide audience in the social and environmental sciences.
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