Thomas Reardon spends much of his time researching Developing country, Poverty, Procurement, Economic growth and Labour economics. His Developing country research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Globalization, Supply chain, International trade, Economy and Agribusiness. His Poverty study incorporates themes from International development, Investment and Distribution.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Quality, Industrial organization and Consolidation in addition to Procurement. His studies examine the connections between Economic growth and genetics, as well as such issues in Livelihood, with regards to Dairy farming. His work in Labour economics addresses issues such as Nonfarm payrolls, which are connected to fields such as Tertiary sector of the economy, Diversification and Economic impact analysis.
His primary scientific interests are in Agricultural economics, Developing country, Food security, Economic growth and Supply chain. Thomas Reardon has included themes like Production, Value, Agricultural productivity, Staple food and Productivity in his Agricultural economics study. His studies in Developing country integrate themes in fields like Procurement, Nonfarm payrolls, Globalization, Development economics and International trade.
His Food security research incorporates elements of Urbanization and Natural resource economics. His study in the field of Poverty and International development is also linked to topics like Latin Americans. Thomas Reardon has researched Supply chain in several fields, including Agribusiness, Industrial organization and Food systems.
His main research concerns Agricultural economics, Supply chain, Food security, Value and Developing country. His research in Agricultural economics intersects with topics in Agricultural productivity, Production, Consumption and International development. His Supply chain research integrates issues from Procurement, Agribusiness, Industrial organization and Agricultural science.
His Food security research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Economic growth and Natural resource economics. His research on Economic growth often connects related areas such as Food policy. His Developing country research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Productivity, Development economics and Wage.
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Nonfarm income diversification and household livelihood strategies in rural Africa: concepts, dynamics, and policy implications
Christopher B. Barrett;Thomas Reardon;P. Webb.
Food Policy (2001)
The Rise of Supermarkets in Africa, Asia, and Latin America
Thomas Reardon;C. Peter Timmer;Christopher B. Barrett;Julio Berdegué.
American Journal of Agricultural Economics (2003)
Using Evidence of Household Income Diversification to Inform Study of the Rural Nonfarm Labor Market in Africa
World Development (1997)
The Rapid Rise of Supermarkets in Latin America: Challenges and Opportunities for Development
Thomas Reardon;Julio A. Berdegué.
Development Policy Review (2002)
Agrifood industry transformation and small farmers in developing countries
Thomas Reardon;Christopher B. Barrett;Julio A. Berdegué;Johan F.M. Swinnen.
World Development (2009)
Links between rural poverty and the environment in developing countries: Asset categories and investment poverty
Thomas Reardon;Stephen A. Vosti.
World Development (1995)
The Rise of Supermarkets in Africa: Implications for Agrifood Systems and the Rural Poor
Dave D. Weatherspoon;Thomas Reardon.
Development Policy Review (2003)
Rural Nonfarm Employment and Incomes in Latin America: Overview and Policy Implications
Thomas Reardon;Julio Berdegué;Germán Escobar.
World Development (2001)
Private agri-food standards: Implications for food policy and the agri-food system
Spencer Henson;Thomas Reardon.
Food Policy (2005)
Determinants and effects of income diversification amongst farm households in Burkina Faso
Thomas Reardon;Christopher Delgado;Peter Matlon.
Journal of Development Studies (1992)
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