Incentives for increased agricultural production. A case study of Kenya's sugar industry.
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Analyses the sugar industry in Kenya with a view to evolving policy prescriptions that could lead Kenya to a sustained self-sufficiency in sugar production. Looks for ways of making the industry to contribute more positively to the Kenyan economy. Also takes a critical look at the organizational structure of the industry, its performance as compared to other sugar producing countries and gives some recommendations.
CitationOdada, J. E. O., Manundu, C. M., Ochoro, W. E. O., Awiti, L. M., Makanda, D. W., & Kabando, R. M. (1986). Incentives for increased agricultural production. A case study of Kenya's sugar industry.
University of NairobiCollege of Humanities and Social Sciences