This chapter of the book, titled “Changing asset endorsement and smallholder participation in higher-value markets: evidence from certified-coffee producers in Nicaragua” is an analysis by Jason Donovan and Nigel Poole. This chapter was originally published as an article in Food Policy. After an introduction, there is in-depth analysis of an asset-building framework. The chapter uses a background case study of Nicaragua, study design and methods, change in assets of coffee-producing households, the place of human, social, physical and financial capital and a discussion on the smallholder coffee growers in Nicaragua.
Authors: Jason Donovan , Nigel Poole, Jason Donovan , Nigel Poole
Subjects: Changing asset endorsement and smallholder participation
Publisher: International Food Policy Institute
Publication Date: 2016
Identifier: ISBN: 9780896292130
HOW TO CITE
Devaux, AndrÃ©, Maximo Torero, Jason Donovan, and Douglas E. Horton, eds. Innovation for inclusive value-chain development: Successes and challenges. Intl Food Policy Res Inst, 2016.