Ricardo Hernandez
Ricardo Hernandez
International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT)
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Supermarkets, wholesalers, and tomato growers in Guatemala
R Hernández, T Reardon, J Berdegué
Agricultural economics 36 (3), 281-290, 2007
The “quiet revolution” in the aquaculture value chain in Bangladesh
R Hernandez, B Belton, T Reardon, C Hu, X Zhang, A Ahmed
Aquaculture 493, 456-468, 2018
The status of food security in the feed the future zone and other regions of Bangladesh: Results from the 2011–2012 Bangladesh integrated household survey
AU Ahmed, K Ahmad, V Chou, R Hernandez, P Menon, F Naeem, ...
Project report submitted to the US Agency for International Development …, 2013
Horticultural producers and supermarket development in Indonesia
R Natawidjaja, T Reardon, S Shetty, TI Noor, T Perdana, E Rasmikayati, ...
UNPAD/MSU/World Bank. World Bank report, 2007
Urbanization, diet change, and transformation of the downstream and midstream of the agrifood system: effects on the poor in Africa and Asia
T Reardon, D Boughton, D Tschirley, S Haggblade, M Dolislager, ...
Faith & Economics 66 (1), 43-63, 2015
Value-chain clusters and aquaculture innovation in Bangladesh
C Hu, X Zhang, T Reardon, R Hernandez
Food Policy 83, 310-326, 2019
Links among supermarkets, wholesalers, and small farmers in developing countries: conceptualization and emerging evidence
T Reardon, JA Berdegué, CP Timmer, T Cabot, D Mainville, L Flores, ...
The future of small farms 45, 2005
Supermarkets and horticultural development in Mexico: synthesis of findings and recommendations to USAID and GOM
T Reardon, JA Berdegué, F Echánove, R Cook, N Tucker, A Martınez, ...
Report submitted to USAID/Mexico and USDA/Washington, 2007
Tomato farmers and modernising value chains in Indonesia
R Hernández, T Reardon, R Natawidjaja, S Shetty
Bulletin of Indonesian economic studies 51 (3), 425-444, 2015
11 Supermarkets and Small Horticultural Product Farmers in Central America
J Berdegué, T Reardon, F Balsevich, L Flores, R Hernandez
Global Supply Chains, Standards and the Poor, 135, 2007
Barrier analysis for adequate daily fruit and vegetable consumption among low-income residents of Hanoi, Vietnam and Ibadan, Nigeria
A De Filippo, G Meldrum, F Samuel, MT Tuyet, G Kennedy, OA Adeyemi, ...
Global Food Security 31, 100586, 2021
Diets, food choices and environmental impacts across an urban-rural interface in Northern Vietnam
HT Trinh, V Linderhof, VT Vuong, EE Esaryk, M Heller, Y Dijkxhoorn, ...
Agriculture 11 (2), 137, 2021
Rural nonfarm employment and agricultural modernization and diversification in Guatemala
R Hernandez, T Reardon, Z Guan
Supermarkets and rural livelihoods: A research method
T Reardon, JA Berdegue, M Lundy, P Schutz, F Balsevich, R Hernandez, ...
Smallholder farmer participation in modernization of a food system: The dairy value chain in Zambia
D Neven, T Reardon, R Hernandez, G Tembo
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome, Italy, 2017
Strawberry growers and modern market channels in Mexico
JA Berdegué, R Hernández, J Ortega, T Reardon
Micro Report Module 3, 2007
The effects of retail and wholesale transformation on horticulture supply chains in Indonesia: with tomato illustration from West Java
RS Natawidjaja, T Perdana, E Rasmikayati, T Insan, S Bahri, T Reardon, ...
Draft report for the World Bank by the Center for Agricultural Policy and …, 2006
Supermarkets, New-generation Wholesalers, Farmers Organizations, Contract Farming, and Lettuce in Guatemala: Participation by and Effects on Small Farmers East Lansing
L Flores, T Reardon, R Hernandez
Agricultural Economics Staff Paper 7, 2006
Modernizing wholesalers and guava farmers in Mexico
R Hernandez, JA Berdegué, T Reardon
Agricultural Economics 46 (S1), 41-52, 2015
Supermarkets, horticultural supply chains, and small farmers in Central America
T Reardon47, J Berdegué4, L Flores, F Balsevich, R Hernández49
Governance, coordination and distribution along commodity value chains, 95, 2007
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