The interest in market-based solutions to reduce poverty has grown in the last ten years. However, missing from the core of the management interview was a reasonable understanding of the poor as producers. Based on a thorough study of market-based initiatives for poverty reduction for small farmers through a non-governmental organization in a least developed economy, this article explains how a non-governmental organization can reduce and improve poverty for poor producers, the general brand .. . Read more »

The interest in market-based solutions to reduce poverty has grown in the last ten years. However, missing from the core of the management interview was a reasonable understanding of the poor as producers. Based on a thorough study of market-based initiatives for poverty reduction for small farmers through a non-governmental organization in a least developed economy, this article explains how a non-governmental organization can reduce and improve poverty for poor producers the overall functioning of the market. He suggests that meaningful improvements in income due to the increase in market practices, the redistribution of social control to poor producers and reduce the disciplining effect of market and government failure.
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Kevin McKague,
Christine Oliver
Source: California Management Review
32 pages.
Release Date: 1 November 2012. Prod #: CMR524-PDF-ENG
Improved market practices: poverty reduction for poor producers in developing countries HBR case solution