Zhou, Zhang-Yue: Developing Successful Agriculture: An Australian Case Study: CAB International, Wallingford, UK, 2013, 240 pp, AUD$115.92 , ISBN: 9781845939458
Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 28 (1):197-201 (2015)
AbstractIf you are interested in accountability and transparency in public decision-making, this book is for you. If you are interested in ways and means of avoiding capture by vested interests when making public policy, this book is for you. If you are interested in a sustainable and efficient agri-food system which meets the needs of consumers, producers and society, this book is for you.Agriculture remains an important industry in many economies. It is also a key sector with an important role to play in determining nations’, societies’ and households’ nutritional and environmental performance and outcomes. Unfortunately, the agri-food sector in many countries suffers from excessive and poorly focused levels and types of intervention, constrained growth, and unsustainable practices.In his book, Developing Successful Agriculture, Professor Zhang-Yue Zhou provides us with a comprehensive and compelling account of how Australia’s agri-food sector has become so successful even though it receive ..
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