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タイトル: The Sheepskin Marketing Channel in Ethiopia after Liberalization: The Survival Strategies of the Participants
著者: Kodama, Yuka
児玉, 由佳
キーワード: Sheepskins
Marketing
Liberalization
Social Ties
Amhara
Ethiopia
Leather industry
羊皮
流通
マーケティング
自由化
社会的紐帯
アムハラ
エチオピア
皮革工業
Issue Date: 2003
出版者: Japan Association for Nilo-Ethiopian Studies
引用: Nilo-Etiopian Studies 8-9 (2003): 61-75
抄録: Sheepskin market in Ethiopia seems to enjoy the benefits of the economic liberalization policy since 1991, such as price deregulation or liberalization of economic activities. The close observation on the profiles and activities of each actor in the marketing channel, however, illustrates that the actors have tried to complement the lack of appropriate infrastructure and legal protection, which should be provided by the government, through utilizing their social and blood ties. While these ties have implemented the role of the government, there are risks that the marketing channel might be developed based on coalition with social network and the poor without the network would be excluded.
記述: 著者最終原稿
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2344/524
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