A Handbook for Value Chain Research

  • Date Posted: June 2, 2010
  • Authors: Raphael Kaplinsky, Mike Morris
  • Document Types: Evidence or Research, Manual
  • Donor Type: US Agency for International Development

In this handbook on researching value chains, the authors attempt to comprehensively cover as many aspects of value chain analysis as possible so as to allow researchers to "dip in" and utilize what is relevant and where it is appropriate. They cover the broad terrain of researching value chains, hoping to span the contextually relevant, the conceptually abstract, the methodologically particular, and the policy-relevant.

The document below describes the research activities under AMAP BDS Knowledge & Practice (K&P) Component A: Clients and Markets.

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