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Selected Publications

Stevenson, J., D. Byerlee, N. Villorio, T. Kelley and M. Maredia. 2013. The Green Revolution saved an estimated 18 to 27 million hectares from being brought into agricultural production. PNAS - Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States. Published online before print.  May 13, 2013, doi: 10.1073/pnas.1208065110.

Bennett, J., T. Kelley and M. Maredia. 2012. Expost assessment of environmental impacts of international agricultural research: conceptual issues, applications and the way forward. Research Evaluation 21 (3): 216‐228

Raitzer, D. and M. K. Maredia. 2012. Analysis of agricultural research investment priorities for sustainable poverty reduction in Southeast Asia. Food Policy 37 (2012):412‐426.

Maredia, M.K. and D. Raitzer. 2012. Review and Analysis of Documented Trends and Patterns of Agricultural Research Impacts in Southeast Asia. Agricultural Systems (106): 46‐58.

Maredia, Mywish, Richard H. Bernsten, Catherine Ragasa. 2010. Returns to Public Sector Plant Breeding in the Presence of Spill‐ins and Private Goods: The Case of Bean Research in Michigan. Agricultural Economics 41 (2010): 425442.

Maredia, M.K. and David Raitzer. 2010. Estimating Overall Returns to International Agricultural Research in Africa through Benefit‐Cost Analysis: A ‘Best‐Evidence’ Approach. Agricultural Economics 41 (2010):81100.

Maredia, M.K. 2010. Impacts of Agricultural Development on Food Security Goals: Methods, Approaches, and Best Practices for Improving the Proof. In: Spielman, David, J. and Rajul Pandya‐ Lorch.(eds.) “Proven successes in agricultural development: a technical compendium to Millions Fed,” IFPRI: Washington, D.C., pp 575‐600.

Maredia, M.K., D. Byerlee, and P. Pee. 2000. Impacts of Food Crop Improvement Research: Evidence from Sub‐Saharan Africa. Food Policy 25(5): 531‐559.

Maredia, M.K. and D. Byerlee. 2000. Efficiency of Research Investments in the Presence of International Spillovers: A Case Study of Wheat Research. Agricultural Economics 22 (2000):1‐16

Maredia, M.K., Ward, R. and Byerlee, D. 1996. Econometric Estimation of a Global Spillover Matrix for Wheat Varietal Technology. Agricultural Economics, 14(3):159‐173

Maredia, M.K. and Eicher, C.K. 1995. The Economics of Wheat Research Investments in Developing Countries: The One Hundred Million Dollar Puzzle. World Development, 23 (3).

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