The Rewards of an Improved Enabling Environment: How Input Market Reform Helped Kenyan Farmers Raise Their Fertilizer use by 36%

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February 4, 2016 - Author: Megan Sheahan, Joshua Ariga, and Thomas S. Jayne

Megan Sheahan, Joshua Ariga, and Thomas S. Jayne. 2016. The Rewards of an Improved Enabling Environment: How Input Market Reform Helped Kenyan Farmers Raise Their Fertilizer use by 36%. Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Food Security Policy Research Brief 14. East Lansing: Michigan State University

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Tags: c4a, food security group, fsp policy brief, innovation lab for food security policy, input use and market development, kenya


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Thomas Jayne

Thomas Jayne
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