‘Rich in case-study material, and informed by theory, this valuable, diverse and rich collection shows how poor producers can avoid immiserizing growth and benefit from selling into local, regional and global markets.'
Raphael Kaplinsky,The Open University, UK
'This book should be read by every researcher and development practitioner interested in pro-poor value chains. Readers will find sensible and field-tested methodology, options and advice for making value chains effective in reducing poverty.'
Merle D. Faminow, International Development Research Centre, Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean