State, Capital, Border Traders, Farmers, and Cross-Border Corn Jamaree Chiengthong Paper | Land Portal

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April 2014
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When I began this study, my interest was to investigate the agricultural development on both sides of the Mekhong river where my study site was located. It was supposed to be a micro study of changes in local livelihood at border areas

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