Africa's unfolding diet transformation: implications for agrifood system employment

November 16, 2015 - Author: <blade@msu.edu>, John B Kaneene, David L Tschirley, Isaac Minde, Jason Snyder, Michael Dolislager, <reardon@msu.edu>, <goebjose@msu.edu>, Lulama Traub, Francis Ejobi, <Ferdi.Meyer@up.ac.za>

Haggblade, S., Kaneene, J. B., Tschirley, D. L., Minde, I., Snyder, J., ... & Ejobi, F. (2015). Africa's unfolding diet transformation: implications for agrifood system employmentJournal of Agribusiness in Developing and Emerging Economies.

Abstract

The purpose of this paper is to understand how the unfolding diet transformation in East and Southern Africa is likely to influence the evolution of employment within its agrifood system (AFS) and between that system and the rest of the economy. To briefly consider implications for education and skill acquisition.


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