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Brazil's cooperation with Sub-Saharan Africa in the rural sector: the international circulation of instruments of public policy

Milhorance De Castro C.. 2014. Latin American Perspectives, 41 (5) : p. 1-4.

South-South cooperation is grounded in the idea that partners from the developing world are well placed to propose solutions inspired by their own experiences. A study of the dynamics of the circulation of instruments of public policy framed in the agricultural sector between Brazil and Sub-Saharan Africa under the Lula administration (2003¿2010) reveals that political entrepreneurs play a key role in the early transfer stages of this process and that a technical logic of policy transfer through South-South cooperation may pose important challenges to the later stages of reception and adaptation. A notion of complementarity between agribusiness and family farming that reflects recent governmental discourse has been influential in the formulation of initiatives. (Résumé d'auteur)

Mots-clés : incitation; libéralisation des échanges; marché des produits de base; financement; système d'exploitation agricole; transfert de technologie; coopération internationale; politique agricole; développement agricole; secteur agricole; agriculture; ghana; sénégal; mali; afrique au sud du sahara; brésil; politique publique

Thématique : Economie et politique du développement; Economie et politique agricoles

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