AJARE Award for Best Paper

Congratulations to our colleagues Kate Ambler, Alan de Brauw, and Susan Godlonton whose paper "Measuring post-harvest losses at the farm level in Malawi” received the 2018 AARES-Wiley Blackwell Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics (AJARE) Award for Best Paper.

Youth migration and labor constraints in African agrarian households

The new paper investigates how youth migration in Ethiopia and Malawi affects household labor, hired labor demand, and income, and whether these effects vary by migrant sex and destination.

Evaluating impact of participatory agricultural interventions: do we see what we want to see?

“Agricultural (research) programs without rigorous impact evaluation tend to focus on rapid testing (and rollout) of technologies with high-probability adopters to provide swift feedback to donor constituencies. Such programs also tend to favor numeric accomplishments over a deeper understanding of complex development processes with the unintended consequence of promoting solutions without strong evidence of impact >> Read more