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International typology of agricultural holdings: The case of Vietnam

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    Report Typology WAW: France
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    The typology of agricultural holdings (AHs) aims to characterise different types of production structures and assess their relative importance. The dynamics of these different types allow the transformation of agriculture to be monitored over time to design pertinent support policies for agricultural production units. This paper presents the results of a typology of agricultural holdings in France that was carried out with a methodology discussed in the WAW initiative. It validates a typology ba sed on labor.
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    Classifying agricultural holdings in Nicaragua: Proposal of a typology based on the IV Agricultural Census
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    2014
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    This paper presents a typology of agricultural holdings in Nicaragua andarticulates this work with the need of adequate agricultural policies. Recently, the government has oriented the agricultural policy to meet several goals such as the promotion of agricultural exports on the one hand and support to family farming and small holders on the other hand in order to reduce rural poverty and inequality. In that context, classifying agricultural holdings to better target the beneficiaries of the dif ferentiated policies and programs in a core strategic issue for the government.
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    Panorama of Typologies of Agricultural Holdings
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    2013
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    This report summarizes key results obtained in the 73 countries covered by the literature review regarding a typology of agricultural holdings. This document is therefore organized per region and country. The following geographical approach allows the readers to focus on the literature review of one part of the world, namely: North America, European Union, Balkan Countries, Latin America, Africa and South East Asia.

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