By Frederick Owusu Boadu
Agricultural legislation in Sub-Saharan Africa: situations and Comments introduces the topic of agricultural legislations and economics to researchers, practitioners, and scholars in universal legislations international locations in Sub-Saharan Africa, and offers info from the criminal procedure in Botswana, Gambia, Ghana, Lesotho, Malawi, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. The legislation and economics process includes using quantitative equipment in study. this can be in line with the expectancies in an utilized economics box resembling agricultural economics.
Covering the overall conventional legislation themes in contracts, torts, and estate, the e-book is going additional to introduce state of the art and region-relevant issues, together with contracts with illiterate events, agreement farming, weather swap, and transboundary water matters. The ebook is supported through an in depth checklist of reference fabrics, in addition to learn and enrichment workouts, to deepen readers’ realizing of the foundations mentioned within the e-book. it's a studying software, firstly, and will be used as a stand-alone source to educate the subject material of agricultural legislation and economics to execs new to the topic region in addition to to scholars in legislations tuition, agricultural economics, economics, and inter-disciplinary classes.
- Offers study findings on such subject matters as foodstuff defense, weather swap, transboundary usual assets, foreign sale of products, patents, and logos to spotlight the long run assets of strain at the agriculture industry
- Uses case-studies to supply real-world insights into the demanding situations and issues of applicable agricultural legislation development
- Challenges readers to hold out their very own study of their parts of analysis, and to realize a few realizing of the connection among legislations, economics, and statistics
- Includes broad assets, corresponding to bankruptcy summaries, examine questions, and problem questions on the finish of every bankruptcy to help teachers and scholars in gaining complete merits from utilizing the book
- Provides separate teacher and pupil learn publications, a attempt financial institution, and try financial institution solutions, in hardcopy and digital formats
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Agricultural Law and Economics in Sub-Saharan Africa. Cases and Comments by Frederick Owusu Boadu