FSP Research Papers

These papers address researchers, policy makers, donor agencies, educators, and international development practitioners. They provide the evidence for policy recommendations. They explain the research methodology and analysis, detail and synthesize the results with a recapitulative conclusion. These can have a country, regional, or more global focus. They are co-authored, reflecting the multi-disciplinary, collaborative and cross-institutional work of FSP. The Papers are listed in descending chronological order, and are also linked from the relevant country, component and thematic pages.

  • An Analysis of Malawi’s Pigeon Pea Value Chain

    Published on June 1, 2018

    Nathalie M. Me-Nsope and Flora J. Nankhuni, 2018. An Analysis of Malawi’s Pigeon Pea Value Chain, Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Food Security Policy Research Paper 98. East Lansing: Michigan State University