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Title: Small is Still Beautiful: Establishing a Micro-economic Agenda for Economic Growth and Development in sub-Saharan Africa: a lecture by Ralph Christy
Authors: Christy, Ralph
Keywords: Video
Cornell University
Ralph Christy
sub-Saharan Africa
Agricultural Economics
Issue Date: 15-Sep-2011
Publisher: The Internet-First University Press
Abstract: Professor Ralph D. Christy is Director of Cornell International Institute for Food, Agriculture and Development and Professor of Emerging Markets within the Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management at Cornell University, where he conducts food marketing research and educational programs on the economic performance of markets and distribution systems in developing countries. In this lecture for the Cornell Association of Professors Emeriti on September 15, 2011 he describes the work he is doing to develop markets for rural economies in Africa, how he is engaging Cornell students in that process worldwide and presents a compelling argument that “Small Is Still Beautiful.”
Description: This lecture is part of a series sponsored by The Cornell Association of Professors Emeriti. Presented at the Boyce Thompson Institute on the Cornell campus. Videography and Editing by J. Robert Cooke. Length of Video: 53 min
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