What Drives Agricultural Input Subsidy Reform in Africa? Applying the Kaleidoscope Model

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March 1, 2017 - Author: Danielle Resnick, , Nicole Mason, and Daniel Ndyetabula

Danielle Resnick, David Mather, Nicole Mason, and Daniel Ndyetabula. 2017. What Drives Agricultural Input Subsidy Reform in Africa? Applying the Kaleidoscope Model of Food Security Policy Change. Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Food Security Policy Research Brief 27. East Lansing: Michigan State University 

KEY HIGHLIGHTS

  • Analyzes the process surrounding agricultural input subsidy policies (ISPs) in Africa
  • Synthesizes the results of in-depth applications to Ghana, Tanzania, and Zambia
  • Tests the robustness of the Kaleidoscope Model of Food Security Policy Change
  • Distills key lessons for when and how policy change around ISPs is more feasible

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Tags: c3, food security group, fsp policy brief, ifpri, innovation lab for food security policy, input use and market development, kaleidoscope model


Authors

David Mather

David Mather
matherda@msu.edu

Nicole Mason-Wardell

Nicole Mason-Wardell
masonn@msu.edu

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