Gender, Poverty, and Agro-Biodiversity Conservation in Rural Egypt and Tunisia
Cairo Papers in Social Science
This collection of essays revisits agrarian transformation in Arab countries in the light of new realities and emerging challenges. Apart from the urgency of the deepening food crisis, such realities include environmental challenges, changes in consumption and life-style choices, and a new set of rules governing the conditions of access to resources. The issue investigates the commonality and diversity in the current processes of agrarian transformation, based on empirical case studies from different Arab countries.
Agrarian Transformation in the Arab World: Persistent and Emerging Challenges
Habib Ayeb, Reem Saad
American University in Cairo Press
Cairo Papers in Social Science 32(2)
agrarian transformation, Arab, food crisis, environmental challenges, consumption, life-style choices
(2009).Gender, Poverty, and Agro-Biodiversity Conservation in Rural Egypt and Tunisia. American University in Cairo Press. , 128-158
Ayeb, Habib, et al.
Gender, Poverty, and Agro-Biodiversity Conservation in Rural Egypt and Tunisia. American University in Cairo Press, 2009.pp. 128-158