Publications and Presentations
Published on January 5, 2017
The rapid rise of medium-scale holdings in most cases reflects increased interest in land by urban-based professionals or influential rural people associated with rapidly rising urban population growth and demand for food in Africa.
Published on April 12, 2016
Mason, N. M., Wineman, A., Kirimi, L. and Mather, D. (2017), J Agric Econ, 68: 45-69.
The Rewards of an Improved Enabling Environment: How Input Market Reform Helped Kenyan Farmers Raise Their Fertilizer use by 36%
Published on February 4, 2016
Megan Sheahan, Joshua Ariga, and Thomas S. Jayne. 2016. Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Food Security Policy Research Brief 14.
Agricultural Mechanization and South-South Knowledge Exchange: What can Ethiopian and Kenyan policymakers learn from Bangladesh’s experience?
Published on February 1, 2016
Addisu Tadege Animaw, Jasper Alfred Mutegi Nkanya, John Mogaka Nyakiba, and Tamiru Habte Woldemariam Synthesized by Hiroyuki Takeshima. 2016. Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Food Security Policy Research Brief 11.
Modeling the Effects of Input Market Reforms on Fertilizer Demand and Maize Production: A Case Study from Kenya
Published on November 1, 2015
Megan Sheahan, Joshua Ariga, and Thomas S. Jayne. 2015. Modeling the Effects of Input Market Reforms on Fertilizer Demand and Maize Production: A Case Study from Kenya, Journal of Agricultural Economics, November 2015