Inclusive Market Development in the Agriculture Sector of Bangladesh: Challenges and Opportunities
Studies, Bangladesh Institute of Development | January 2017
This study aims to explore and understand various concepts of IMD, and to associate those concepts with various subsectors in agriculture to enable the development of a guideline for introducing and encouraging inclusive business in these sectors. The analysis in this report covers the basic principles of the IMD approach and its role in poverty reduction, its application in three sectors (fisheries, vegetable and agricultural inputs, namely seed and fertiliser), and the possibilities of promoting the IMD approach further in Bangladesh by making the policy environment more suitable for the private sector to practice this model. The study concludes by proposing a guideline to assist with facilitating IMD in different agriculture sectors of the economy.
CitationStudies, Bangladesh Institute of Development. 2017. Inclusive Market Development in the Agriculture Sector of Bangladesh: Challenges and Opportunities. © Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/7230.
Economic and Social Development
Fight Against Poverty
Poverty In Developing Countries
Rural Poverty Alleviation
Land capability for agriculture
Rural land use
Farm supply industry
Adaptive natural resource management
Intergrated rural development
Cost and standard of living