Former TCLab Fellow Jose Vieira Filho and Fishlow (2018) "Agriculture and industry in Brazil: innovation and competitiveness"

With great pleasure we share a new 2018 book by former TCLab Fellow Jose Eustaquio Vieira Filho and the esteemed Albert Fishlow:  "Agriculture and industry in Brazil: innovation and competitiveness". Published by the Institute for Applied Economics Research (IPEA)

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