National Library of Australia
||Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, c1992
xi, 258 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
EDI series in economic development
- Foreword / Amnon Golan
- 1. An Overview. Defining Agroindustry. A Force for Development. Organization of the Chapters
- 2. A Systems Approach to Agroindustrial Analysis. Production Chain Linkages. Macro-Micro Policy Linkages. Institutional Linkages. International Linkages
- 3. The Marketing Factor. Primary Elements. Consumer Analysis. Analysis of the Competitive Environment. The Marketing Plan. Demand Forecasting. Summary. The Marketing Factor: Salient Points for Project Analysis
- 4. The Procurement Factor. Primary Elements. Adequate Quantity of Raw Materials. Acceptable Quality of Inputs. Appropriate Timing. Reasonable Cost. Organization of the Procurement System. Summary. The Procurement Factor: Salient Points for Project Analysis
- 5. The Processing Factor. Primary Elements. Processing Technology. Plant Location. Inventory Management. Packaging and Other Inputs. Programming and Control. By-products. Summary. The Processing Factor: Salient Points for Project Analysis.
- App. A. Checklist of Critical Questions for Agroindustrial Project Analysis
- App. B. Biotechnology Glossary
- App. C. Illustrative Costs of Food-processing Technologies.
"Published for the Economic Development Institute of the World Bank."
Includes bibliographical references (p. 187-203) and index.
||Agricultural industries. | Agricultural development projects -- Evaluation.
||Economic Development Institute (Washington, D.C.)
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