Author: Robert BaileyAcknowledgements
This report was written by Robert Bailey and coordinatedby Gonzalo Fanjul. Its development was a co-operativeeffort, involving Oxfam staff and partner organisations.
It draws on the ndings of a research programme
managed by Richard King, Javier Pérez and KellyGilbride. Alex Evans, Javier García, Silvia Gómez,Duncan Green, Kirsty Hughes, Richard King, KateRaworth, Jodie Thorpe, Kevin Watkins and Dirk
Willenbockel made specic written contributions to the
report, which also draws on an extensive list of casestudies, notes and background research that can befound at www.oxfam.org/growMany colleagues contributed with extensive commentsand inputs to the drafts of the report. Special mentionshould be made of Nathalie Beghin, Sarah Best, PhilBloomer, Stephanie Burgos, Tracy Carty, Teresa Cavero,Hugh Cole, Mark Fried, Stephen Hale, Paul Hilder, KatiaMaia, Duncan Pruett, Anna Mitchell, Bernice Romero,
Ines Smyth, Alexandra Spieldoch, Shawna Wakeeld,
Marc Wegerif and Bertram Zagema.Production of the report was managed by AnnaCoryndon. The text was edited by Mark Fried.© Oxfam International June 2011Re-issued with corrections July 2011This report and information about the Grow Campaignare available at www.oxfam.org/grow
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