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Dorward, Andrew (2004) 'Pro-poor Policy Lessons from Households and Informal Rural Economy Models in Malawi.' In: Dorward, Andrew, Fan, Shenggen, Kydd, Jonathan, Lofgren, Hans, Morrison, Jamie, Poulton, Colin, Rao, Neetha, Smith, Laurence, Tchale, Hardwick, Thorat, Sukhadeo, Urey, Ian and Wobst, Peter, (eds.), Institutions and Economic Policies for Pro-Poor Agricultural Growth [DSGD Discussion Paper No.15]. Washington D.C.: IFPRI, pp. 41-68.

Dorward, Andrew, Fan, Shenggen, Kydd, Jonathan, Lofgren, Hans, Morrison, Jamie, Poulton, Colin, Rao, Neetha, Smith, Laurence, Tchale, Hardwick, Thorat, Sukhadeo, Urey, Ian and Wobst, Peter (2004) 'Rethinking agricultural policies for pro-poor growth.' Natural Resource Perspectives; 94 (Overseas Development Institute, September 2004).

Dorward, Andrew, Kydd, Jonathan, Morrison, Jamie and Urey, Ian (2004) 'A Policy Agenda for Pro-Poor Agricultural Growth.' World Development, 32 (1). pp. 73-89.

Peacock, C., Jowett, A., Dorward, Andrew, Poulton, Colin and Urey, Ian (2004) Reaching the poor: a call to action Investment in smallholder agriculture in sub-Saharan Africa. London: FARM-Africa; Harvest Help; Centre for Development and Poverty Reduction, Imperial College.

Dorward, Andrew, Poole, Nigel, Morrison, Jamie, Kydd, Jonathan and Urey, Ian (2002) Critical Linkages: Livelihoods, Markets and Institutions. ADU Working Paper 02/03. (Unpublished)

Dorward, Andrew, Poole, Nigel, Morrison, Jamie and Urey, Ian (2001) Agricultural marketing and rural livelihoods: Nigeria. A desk study for UK Department for International Development Office, Nigeria. Wye: Imperial College at Wye.

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