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Agriculture and economic development in Indonesia

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Abstract

Like occasional other articles in Economic Botany, this one is little concerned with botany or plant utilization. Instead, it is a study in agricultural economics and social development in a part of the world where plant products, long produced under colonial management, have been significant items in development.

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Correspondence to Stanley Levy.

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The editor herewith gratefully acknowledges the assistance of Mr. W. J. Edens, Agricultural Attaché, Djakarta, Indonesia, for his critical reading of this article in manuscript and for various suggested alterations which have been made in it.

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Levy, S. Agriculture and economic development in Indonesia. Econ Bot 11, 3–39 (1957). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02985329

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