Limitations of Contract Farming as a Pro-poor Strategy: The Case of Maize Outgrower Schemes in Upper West Ghana
Catherine Ragasa (),
Isabel Lambrecht and
Doreen S. Kufoalor
World Development, 2018, vol. 102, issue C, 30-56
Contract farming (CF) arrangements have the potential to address market failures and improve technology adoption, productivity, and welfare. In Ghana, government and donors use CF as a strategy for increasing adoption of new agricultural technologies and developing value chains. Yet to date, there has not been a rigorous assessment of these CF schemes.
Keywords: contract farming; value chain; poverty reduction; productivity; profitability; market failures (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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