Does Shifting from In-kind Input Distribution to a Flexible E-voucher Approach Improve Input Subsidy Program Outcomes?


September 20, 2018 Author:

Nicole M. Mason, Department of Agricultural, Food, & Resource Economics, Michigan State University
Dagbegnon A. Tossou & Kathy Baylis, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Auckland Kuteya & Hambulo Ngoma, Indaba Agricultural Policy Research Institute

Does shifting from in-kind input distribution to a flexible e-voucher approach improve input subsidy program outcomes? Evidence from Zambia

IFPRI, Applied Microeconomics and Development Seminar
Washington, DC, September 20, 2018


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