Peer-reviewed Journal Articles 2018


  1. Abate, Gashaw T.; Bernard, Tanguy; de Brauw, Alan; and Minot, Nicholas. 2018. The impact of the use of new technologies on farmers’ wheat yield in Ethiopia: Evidence from a randomized control trial. Agricultural Economics. 49(4): 409-421.
  2. Abay, Kibrom A.; and Amare, Mulubrhan. 2018. Night light intensity and women’s body weight: Evidence from Nigeria. Economics & Human Biology 31(September 2018): 238-248.
  3. Abay, Kibrom A.; Koru, Bethlehem; Abate, Gashaw T.; and Berhane, Guush. How should rural financial cooperatives be best organized? Evidence from Ethiopia. Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics. Article in press. First published online on May 23, 2018.
  4. Amare, Mulubrhan; Arndt, Channing; Abay, Kibrom A.; and Benson, Todd. Urbanization and child nutritional outcomes. World Bank Economic Review. Article in press. First published online on October 10, 2018.
  5. Amare, Mulubrhan; Benson, Todd; Fadare, Olusegun; and Oyeyemi, Motunrayo. 2018. Study of the determinants of chronic malnutrition in northern Nigeria: Quantitative evidence from the Nigeria demographic and health surveys. Food and Nutrition Bulletin 39(2): 296-314.
  6. Amare, Mulubrhan; Jensen, Nathaniel D.; Shiferawb, Bekele; and Cissé, Jennifer Denno. 2018. Rainfall shocks and agricultural productivity: Implication for rural household consumption. Agricultural Systems 166(October 2018): 79-89.
  7. Ambler, Kate; Doss, Cheryl; Kieran, Caitlin; and Passarelli, Simone. He says, she says: Spousal disagreement in survey measures of bargaining power. Economic Development and Cultural Change. Article in press. First published online on November 27, 2018.
  8. Andam, Kwaw S.; Tschirley, David; Asante, Seth; Al-Hassan, Ramatu M.; and Diao, Xinshen. 2018. The transformation of urban food systems in Ghana: Findings from inventories of processed products. Outlook on Agriculture 47(3): 233-243.
  9. Aragie, Emerta; Pauw, Karl; and Pernechele, Valentina. 2018. Achieving food security and industrial development in Malawi: Are export restrictions the solution? World Development 108 (August 2018): 1-15.
  10. Arndt, Channing; Hartley, Faaiqa; Ireland, Gregory; Mahrt, Kristi; Merven, Bruno; and Wright, Jarrad. 2018. Developments in variable renewable energy and implications for developing countries. Current Sustainable/Renewable Energy Reports 5(4): 240-246.
  11. Ashour, Maha; Gilligan, Daniel Orth; Hoel, Jessica Blumer; and Karachiwalla, Naureen Iqbal. Do beliefs about herbicide quality correspond with actual quality in local markets? Evidence from Uganda. Journal of Development Studies. Article in press. First published online on April 27, 2018.
  12. Asseng, Senthold; Martre, Pierre; Maiorano, Andrea; Rötter, Reimund P.; O’Leary, Garry J.; et al. 2019. Climate change impact and adaptation for wheat protein. Global Change Biology 25(1): 155-173. First published: 22 November 2018
  13. Babu, Suresh Chandra; Mavrotas, George; and Prasai, Nilam. 2018. Integrating environmental considerations in the agricultural policy process: Evidence from Nigeria. Environmental Development 25: 111-125.
  14. Barrett, Christopher B., ed.; Christian, Paul, ed.; Shimeles, Abebe, ed. 2018. Special section: Structural transformation of African agriculture and rural spaces. World Development 105(May 105): 283-442.
  15. Bathla, Seema; Kumar, Anjani; and Joshi, Pramod Kumar. 2018. Regional income inequalities and public investments in rural India. Agricultural Economics Research Review 32(1): 13-27.
  16. Bell, Andrew; Zavaleta Cheek, Jennifer; Mataya, Frazer; and Ward, Patrick S. 2018. Do as they did: Peer effects explain adoption of conservation agriculture in Malawi. Water 10(1): 51.
  17. Benfica, Rui; Cunguara, Benedito; and Thurlow, James. Linking agricultural investments to growth and poverty: An economywide approach applied to Mozambique. Agricultural Systems. Article in press. First published online on March 7, 2018.
  18. Benson, Todd; and Mogues, Tewodaj. 2018. Constraints in the fertilizer supply chain: Evidence for fertilizer policy development from three African countries. Food Security 10(6): 1479-1500.
  19. Beraznevaa, Julia; Lee, David R.; Place, Frank; and Jakubsond, George. 2018. Allocation and valuation of smallholder maize residues in Western Kenya. Ecological Economics 152(October 2018): 172-182.
  20. Bernard, Tanguy; Hidrobo, Melissa; Le Port, Agnès; and Rawat, Rahul. Nutrition-based incentives in dairy contract farming in Northern Senegal. American Journal of Agricultural Economics. Article in press. First published online on June 27, 2018.
  21. Bouët, Antoine; and Laborde Debucquet, David. 2018. US trade wars in the twenty‐first century with emerging countries: Make America and its partners lose again. The World Economy 41(9): 2276-2319.
  22. Boyd, Robert; Richerson, Peter J; Meinzen-Dick, Ruth Suseela; De Moor, Tine; Jackson, Matthew O; Gjerde, Kristina M; Harden-Davies, Harriet; Frischmann, Brett M; Madison, Michael J; Strandburg, Katherine J; McLean, Angela R; and Dye, Christopher. 2018. Tragedy revisited. Science 362(6420): 1236-1241.
  23. Brooks, Karen. 2018. Rising absolutely, declining relatively: Agriculture, climate change, and job creation in Africa. Agrekon 57(3-4): 181-197.
  24. Bryan, Elizabeth; Bell, Andrew Reid; Ringler, Claudia; and Ahmed, Akhter U. 2018. Increasing crop production benefits to small producers in Bangladesh. Asian Journal of Agriculture and Development 15(1): 1-21.
  25. Buller, Ana Maria; Peterman, Amber; Ranganathan, Meghna; Bleile, Alexandra; Hidrobo, Melissa; Heise, Lori. 2018. A mixed-method review of cash transfers and intimate partner violence in low- and middle-income countries. The World Bank Research Observer 33(2): 218-258.
  26. Bulte, Erwin; Lihe, Xu; and Zhang, Xiaobo. 2018. Post-disaster aid and development of the manufacturing sector: Lessons from a natural experiment in China. European Economic Review 101(2018): 441-458.
  27. Bulte, Erwin; Wang, Ruixin; and Zhang, Xiaobo. 2018. Forced gifts: The burden of being a friend. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 155(November 2018): 79-98.
  28. Chan, Chin Yee; Tran, Nhuong; Pethiyagoda, Shanali; Crissman, Charles C.; Sulser, Timothy B.; and Phillips, Michael J. 2019. Prospects and challenges of fish for food security in Africa. Global Food Security 20(March 2019): 17-25. Available online 19 December 2018.
  29. Chen, Joyce; Kosec, Katrina; and Mueller, Valerie. 2019. Moving to despair? Migration and well-being in Pakistan. World Development 113(January 2019): 186-203. Available online 17 September 2018
  30. de Brauw, Alan; and Giles, John. 2018. Migrant labor markets and the welfare of rural households in the developing world: Evidence from China. World Bank Economic Review 32(1): 1-18.
  31. Debnath, Deepayan; Babu, Suresh Chandra; Ghosh, Parijat; Helmer, Michael. The impact of India’s food security policy on domestic and international rice market. Journal of Policy Modeling 40(2): 265-283.
  32. Deininger, Klaus; Jin, Songqing; Liu, Yanyan; Singh, Sudhir K. 2018. Can labor market imperfections explain changes in the inverse farm size-productivity relationship? Longitudinal evidence from rural India. Land Economics 94(2): 239-258.
  33. Devaux, Andre; Maximo Torero; Jason Donovan; Douglas Horton (2018). Agricultural innovation and inclusive value-chain development: a review. Journal of Agribusiness in Developing and Emerging Economies, Vol. 8 Issue: 1, pp.99-123,
  34. Diao, Xinshen; Kweka, Josaphat; and McMillan, Margaret S. 2018. Small firms, structural change and labor productivity growth in Africa: Evidence from Tanzania. World Development 105(May 2018): 400-415.
  35. Diao, Xinshen; Magalhaes, Eduardo; and McMillan, Margaret S. 2018. Understanding the role of rural non-farm enterprises in Africa’s economic transformation: Evidence from Tanzania. Journal of Development Studies 54(5): 833-855.
  36. Diao, Xinshen; McMillan, Margaret S.; and Wangwe, Samuel. 2018. Agricultural labour productivity and industrialisation: Lessons for Africa. Journal of African Economies 27(1): 28-65.
  37. Dirro, Gracious M.; Seymour, Greg; Kassie, Menale; Muricho, Geoffrey; and Muriithi, Beatrice Wambui. 2018. Women’s empowerment in agriculture and agricultural productivity: Evidence from rural maize farmer households in western Kenya. PLOS One 13(5): e0197995.
  38. Dixit, Prakash N.; Telleria, Roberto; Al Khatib, Amal N.; and Allouzi, Siham F. 2018. Decadal analysis of impact of future climate on wheat production in dry Mediterranean environment: A case of Jordan. Science of The Total Environment 610-611: 219-233.
  39. Donovan, Jason; Nigel Poole; Keith Poe; Ingrid Herrera-Arauz (2018). Ambition meets reality: lessons from the taro boom in Nicaragua. Journal of Agribusiness in Developing and Emerging Economies, Vol. 8 Issue: 1, pp.77-98,
  40. Dorosh, Paul A.; and Thurlow, James. 2018. Beyond agriculture versus non-agriculture: Decomposing sectoral growth–poverty linkages in five African countries. World Development 109 (September 2018): 440-451. Special Section: Agricultural Growth and Poverty Reduction.
  41. Ecker, Olivier. Agricultural transformation and food and nutrition security in Ghana: Does farm production diversity (still) matter for household dietary diversity? Food Policy 79(August 2018): 271-282.
  42. Enahoro, Dolapo; Lannerstad, Mats; Pfeifer, Catherine; and Dominguez-Salas, Paula. 2018. Contributions of livestock-derived foods to nutrient supply under changing demand in low- and middle-income countries. Global Food Security 19(December 2018): 1-10.
  43. Enenkel, Markus; Farah, Carlos; Hain, Christopher; White, Andrew; Anderson, Martha; You, Liangzhi; Wagner, Wolfgang; and Osgood, Daniel. 2018. What rainfall does not tell us—Enhancing financial instruments with satellite-derived soil moisture and evaporative stress. Remote Sensing 10(11), 1819.
  44. Evans, David K.; Holtemeyer, Brian; and Kosec, Katrina. 2019. Cash transfers increase trust in local government. World Development 114(February 2019): 138-155. Available online 11 October 2018
  45. Fadare, Olusegun; Mavrotas, George; Akerele, Dare; and Oyeyemi, Motunrayo. Micronutrient-rich food consumption, intra-household food allocation and child stunting in rural Nigeria. Public Health Nutrition. Article in press. First published online on December 3, 2018.
  46. Falk, T., Spangenberg, J.H., Siegmund-Schultze, M., Kobbe, S., Feike, T., Kuebler, D., Settele, J. and Vorlaufer, T. (2018). Identifying governance challenges in ecosystem services management–Conceptual considerations and comparison of global forest cases. Ecosystem services, 32, 193-203.
  47. Filipski, Mateusz; and Belton, Ben. 2018. Give a man a fishpond: Modeling the impacts of aquaculture in the rural economy. World Development 110(Otober 2018): 205-223
  48. Gan, Li; Hernandez, Manuel A.; and Liu, Yanyan. 2018. Group lending with heterogeneous types. Economic Inquiry 56(2): 895-913.
  49. Gars, Jared; and Ward, Patrick S. 2019. Can differences in individual learning explain patterns of technology adoption? Evidence on heterogeneous learning patterns and hybrid rice adoption in Bihar, India. World Development 115(March 2019): 178-189. Available online 1 December 2018.
  50. Geng, Xin; Janssens, Wendy; Kramer, Berber; and van der List, Marijn. 2018. Health insurance, a friend in need? Impacts of formal insurance and crowding out of informal insurance. World Development 111(November 2018): 196-210.
  51. Ghebru, Hosaena and Stein, Holden. 2019. Land rental markets and rural poverty dynamics in Northern Ethiopia: Panel data evidence using survival models. Review of Development Economics 23(1): 131-154. First published online October 1, 2018.
  52. Godlonton, Susan; Hernandez, Manuel A.; and Murphy, Mike. 2018. Anchoring bias in recall data: Evidence from Central America. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 100(2): 479-501.
  53. Gottlieb, Jessica; and Kosec, Katrina. 2019. The countervailing effects of competition on public goods provision: When bargaining inefficiencies lead to bad outcomes. American Political Science Review 113(1): 88-107. Published online: 26 December 2018
  54. Haile, Beliyou; Signorelli, Sara; Azzarri, Carlo; and Guo, Zhe. 2019. A spatial analysis of land use and cover change and agricultural performance: Evidence from northern Ghana. Environment and Development Economics 24(1): 67-86. Published online: 17 September 2018.
  55. Haque, T; and Joshi, Pramod Kumar. 2018. Agricultural transformation in aspirational districts of India: Comparative analysis of districts in Bihar. Economic and Political Weekly 53(51), 29 Dec, 2018.
  56. Hasegawa, Tomoko; Fujimori, Shinichiro; Mason-D'Croz, Daniel; Wiebe, Keith D.; Sulser, Timothy B.; et al. 2018. Risk of increased food insecurity under stringent global climate change mitigation policy. Nature Climate Change 8: 699-703.
  57. Hatfield, John William; and Kosec, Katrina. Local environmental quality and interjurisdictional spillovers. Economica. Article in press. First published online on August 19, 2018.
  58. Headey, Derek D. 2018. Food prices and poverty. World Bank Economic Review 32(3): 676-691.
  59. Hellin, Jon; Ratner, Blake D.; Meinzen-Dick, Ruth; and Lopez-Ridaura, Santiago. 2018. Increasing social-ecological resilience within small-scale agriculture in conflict-affected Guatemala. Ecology and Society 23(3): 5.
  60. Hernandez, Manual A.; and Torero, Maximo. 2018. A poverty-sensitive scorecard to prioritize lending and grant allocation: Evidence from Central America. Food Policy 77(May 2018): 81-90.
  61. Hernandez-Ochoa, Ixchel M.; Asseng, Senthold; Kassie, Belay T.; Xiong, Wei; Robertson, Ricky et al. 2018. Climate change impact on Mexico wheat production. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 263(December 2018): 373-387.
  62. Hidrobo, Melissa; Hoddinott, John F.; Kumar, Neha; and Olivier, Meghan. 2018. Social protection, food security, and asset formation. World Development 101(January 2018): 88-103.
  63. Hill, Ruth Vargas; Kumar, Neha; Magnan, Nicholas; Makhija, Simrin; de Nicola, Francesca; Spielman, David J.; and Ward, Patrick S. 2019. Ex ante and ex post effects of hybrid index insurance in Bangladesh. Journal of Development Economics. 136(January 2019): 1-17. Available online 15 September 2018.
  64. Hirvonen, Kalle; and Headey, Derek. 2018. Can governments promote homestead gardening at scale? Evidence from Ethiopia. Global Food Security 19(December 2018): 40-47.
  65. Hirvonen, Kalle; Mascagni, Giulia; and Roelen, Keetie. 2018. Linking taxation and social protection: Evidence on redistribution and poverty reduction in Ethiopia. International Social Security Review 71(1): 3-24.
  66. Hoddinott, John F.; Ahmed, Akhter; and Roy, Shalini. 2018. Randomized control trials demonstrate that nutrition-sensitive social protection interventions increase the use of multiple-micronutrient powders and iron supplements in rural pre-school Bangladeshi children. Public Health Nutrition 21(9): 1753-1761.
  67. Houssou, Nazaire; Asante-Addo, Collins; Andam, Kwaw S.; and Ragasa, Catherine. How can African governments reach poor farmers with fertiliser subsidies? Exploring a targeting approach in Ghana. The Journal of Development Studies. Article in press. First published online on October 24, 2018.
  68. Houssou, Nazaire; Johnson, Nancy; Kolavalli, Shashidhara; and Asante-Addo, Collins. 2018. Changes in Ghanaian farming systems: Stagnation or a quiet transformation? Agriculture and Human Values 35(1): 41-66.
  69. Hu, Yanan; Fan, Lingling; Liu, Zhenhuan; Yu, Qiangyi; Liang, Shefang; Chen, Shi; You, Liangzhi; Wu, Wenbin; and Yang, Peng. Rice production and climate change in Northeast China: evidence of adaptation through land use shifts. Environmental Research Letters. Article in press. First published online on December 20, 2018.
  70. Hufkens, Koen; Melaas, Eli K.; Mann, Michael L.; Foster, Timothy; Ceballos, Francisco; Robles, Miguel; and Kramer, Berber. 2019. Monitoring crop phenology using a smartphone based near-surface remote sensing approach. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 265(February 2019): 327-337. Available online 30 November 2018.
  71. Hurley, Terrance; Koo, Jawoo; and Tesfaye, Kindie. 2018. Weather risk: How does it change the yield benefits of nitrogen fertilizer and improved maize varieties in sub‐Saharan Africa? Agricultural Economics 49(6): 711-723.
  72. Islam, Abu Hayat Md. Saiful; von Braun, Joachim; Thorne-Lyman, Andrew L.; and Ahmed, Akhter, U. 2018. Farm diversification and food and nutrition security in Bangladesh: Empirical evidence from nationally representative household panel data. Food Security 10(3): 701-720.
  73. Jayne, Thomas S.; Chamberlin, Jordan; Benfica, Rui. 2018. Africa’s Unfolding Economic Transformation. The Journal of Development Studies 54(5): 777-787.
  74. Ji, Long; You, Liangzhi; See, Linda; Fritz, Steffen; Li, Chongguang; Zhang, Shenyong; and Li, Gucheng. Spatial and temporal changes of vegetable production in China. Journal of Land Use Science. Article in press. First published online on April 5, 2018.
  75. Kankwamba, Henry; Kadzamira, Mariam; and Pauw, Karl. How diversified is cropping in Malawi? Patterns, determinants and policy implications. Food Security 10(2): 323-338.
  76. Kiptot, Evelyne; Franzel, Steven. 2019. Stakeholder planning of the institutionalization of the volunteer farmer-trainer approach in dairy producer organizations in Kenya: key steps and supporting mechanisms, International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability, 17:1, 18-33. Published online: 31 December 2018.
  77. Komarek, Adam M.; Koo, Jawoo; Haile, Beliyou; Msangi, Siwa; and Azzarri, Carlo. 2018. Trade-offs and synergies between yield, labor, profit, and risk in Malawian maize-based cropping systems. Agronomy for Sustainable Development 38: 32.
  78. Komarek, Adam M.; Koo, Jawoo; Wood-Sichra, Ulrike; and You, Liangzhi. 2018. Spatially-explicit effects of seed and fertilizer intensification for maize in Tanzania. Land Use Policy 78(November 2018): 158-165.
  79. Komatsu, Hitomi; Malapit, Hazel J.; and Theis, Sophie. Does women's time in domestic work and agriculture affect women's and children's dietary diversity? Evidence from Bangladesh, Nepal, Cambodia, Ghana, and Mozambique. Food Policy 79(August 2018): 256-270.
  80. Kosec, Katrina; and Wantchekon, Leonard. Can information improve rural governance and service delivery? World Development. Article in press. First published online on December 3, 2018.
  81. Kosec, Katrina; Haider, Hamza; Spielman, David J.; and Zaidi, Fatima. 2018. Political competition and rural welfare: evidence from Pakistan. Oxford Economic Papers 70(4): 1036–1061.
  82. Kuma,Tadesse; Dereje, Mekdim; Hirvonen, Kalle; and Minten, Bart. Cash crops and food security: Evidence from Ethiopian smallholder coffee producers. Journal of Development Studies. Article in press. First published online on January 2018.
  83. Kumar, Anjani. Does contract farming improve profits and food safety? Evidence from tomato cultivation in Nepal. Journal of Agribusiness in Developing and Emerging Economies 8(3): 603-624.
  84. Kumar, Anjani; Mishra, Ashok K; Parappurathu, Shinoj; and Jha, Girish Kumar. 2018. Farmers’ choice of milk-marketing channels in India. Economic and Political Weekly 53(51), 29 Dec, 2018.
  85. Kumar, Anjani; Saroj, Sunil; Joshi, Pramod Kumar; and Takeshima, Hiroyuki. 2018. Does cooperative membership improve household welfare? Evidence from a panel data analysis of smallholder dairy farmers in Bihar, India. Food Policy 75(February 2018): 24-36.
  86. Kyle, Jordan. Local corruption and popular support for fuel subsidy reform in Indonesia. 2018. Comparative Political Studies 51(11): 1472-1503.
  87. Kyle, Jordan; and Resnick, Danielle. Delivering more with less: Subnational service provision in low capacity states. Studies in Comparative International Development. Article in press. First published online on November 10, 2018.
  88. Laborde Debucquet, David; and Martin, Will. 2018. Implications of the global growth slowdown for rural poverty. Agricultural Economics 49(3): 325-338.
  89. Laborde Debucquet, David; and Piñeiro, Valeria. 2018. Monitoring agricultural productivity for sustainable production and R&D planning. Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal 12(2018-66): 1-11.
  90. Lambrecht, Isabel; and Ragasa, Catherine. 2018. Do development projects crowd-out private sector activities? Evidence from contract farming participation in Northern Ghana. Food Policy 74(January 2018): 9-22.
  91. Lambrecht, Isabel; Schuster, Monica; Asare Samwini, Sarah; and Pelleriaux, Laura. 2018. Changing gender roles in agriculture? Evidence from 20 years of data in Ghana. Agricultural Economics 49(6): 691-710.
  92. Landmann, Dirk Hauke and Cadilhon, Jean-Joseph. 2018. The role of trust and networks in developing Nicaraguan farmers’ agribusiness capacities. Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development in the Tropics and Subtropics, 119(1): 65-78.
  93. Lybbert, Travis J.; Magnan, Nicholas; Spielman, David J.; Bhargava, Anil K.; and Gulati, Kajal. 2018. Targeting technology to increase smallholder profits and conserve resources: Experimental provision of laser land-leveling services to Indian farmers. Economic Development and Cultural Change 66(2): 265-306.
  94. Martin, Will. 2018. A research agenda for international agricultural trade. Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 40(1): 155-173.
  95. Martin, Will. 2018. Trade and economic impacts of destination‐based business cash‐flow taxes. The World Economy 41(10): 2631-2649.
  96. Mason-D'Croz, Daniel; Sulser, Timothy B.; Wiebe, Keith; Rosegrant, Mark W.; Lowder, Sarah K.; Nin-Pratt, Alejandro; Willenbockel, Dirk; Robinson, Sherman; Zhu, Tingju; Cenacchi, Nicola; Dunston, Shahnila; and Robertson, Richard D. 2019. Agricultural investments and hunger in Africa modeling potential contributions to SDG2 – Zero Hunger. World Development 116(April 2019): 38-53. Available online 24 December 2018.
  97. McLain, Rebecca; Lawry, Steven; Guariguata, Manuel R.; and Reed, James. Toward a tenure-responsive approach to forest landscape restoration: A proposed tenure diagnostic for assessing restoration opportunities. Land Use Policy. Article in press. First published online on December 27, 2018.
  98. Meinzen-Dick, Ruth Suseela; Janssen, Marco A.; Kandikuppa, Sandeep; Chaturvedi, Rahul; Rao, Kaushalendra; and Theis, Sophie. 2018. Playing games to save water: Collective action games for groundwater management in Andhra Pradesh, India. World Development 107(July 2018): 40-53.
  99. Minten, Bart; Dereje, Mekdim; Engida, Ermias; and Tamru, Seneshaw. 2018. Tracking the quality premium of certified coffee: Evidence from Ethiopia. World Development 101(2018): 119-132.
  100. Mirjat, Nayyar Hussain; Uqaili, Muhammad Aslam; Harijan, Khanji; Walasai, Gordhan Das; Mondal, Md. Hossain Alam; and Sahin, Hasret. (2018). Long-term electricity demand forecast and supply side scenarios for Pakistan (2015e2050): A LEAP model application for policy analysis. Energy 165(Part B): 512-526.
  101. Mishra, Ashok K.; Kumar, Anjani; Joshi, Pramod Kumar.; and D'Souza, Alwin. 2018. Cooperatives, contract farming, and farm size: The case of tomato producers in Nepal. Agribusiness 34(4): 856-886.
  102. Mishra, Ashok K.; Kumar, Anjani; Joshi, Pramod Kumar; and D'Souza, Alwin. 2018. Impact of contract farming on yield, costs and profitability in low‐value crop: Evidence from a low‐income country. Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics. First published online on July 5, 2018.
  103. Mishra, Ashok K.; Kumar, Anjani; Joshi, Pramod Kumar; and D'Souza, Alwin. 2018. Production risks, risk preference and contract farming: Impact on food security in India. Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 40(3): 353–378.
  104. Mishra, Ashok K.; Kumar, Anjani; Joshi, Pramod Kumar; D'Souzad, Alwin; and Tripathi, Gaurav. 2018. How can organic rice be a boon to smallholders? Evidence from contract farming in India. Food Policy 75(February 2018): 147–157.
  105. Mogues, Tewodaj. 2019. Social networks near and far: The role of bonding and bridging social capital for assets of the rural poor. Review of Development Economics 23(1): 189-210. First published: 27 August 2018
  106. Mogues, Tewodaj; and Billings, Lucy. The making of public investments: The role of champions, co-ordination, and characteristics of nutrition programmes in Mozambique. Food Policy. Article in press. First published online on December 1, 2018.
  107. Mogues, Tewodaj; and Caceres, Leonardo. 2018. Unpacking the ‘black box’ of public expenditure data in Africa: Quantification of agricultural spending using Mozambique’s budget reports. Data Science Journal 17:9.
  108. Mogues, Tewodaj; and Erman, Alvina. Institutional arrangements to make public spending responsive to the poor: When intent meets political economy realities. Development Policy Review. Article in press. First published online one October 11, 2018.
  109. Mogues, Tewodaj; and Olofinbiyi, Tolulope. 2018. Analysis of the confluence between Nigeria’s development strategies and its agricultural public expenditures. African Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development 18(3): 13825-13841.
  110. Mondal, Md. Hossain Alam; Rosegrant, Mark W.; Ringler, Claudia; Pradesha, Angga; and Valmonte-Santos, Rowena. 2018. The Philippines energy future and low-carbon development strategies. Energy 147(15): 142-154.
  111. Morabito, Christian; Van de gaer, Dirk; Figueroa, José Luis; and Vandenbroeck, Michel. 2018. Effects of high versus low-quality preschool education: A longitudinal study in Mauritius. Economics of Education Review 65(August 2018): 126-137.
  112. Mottaleb, Khondoker Abdul; and Rahut, Dil Bahadur. Impacts of improved infrastructure on labor allocation and livelihoods: The case of the Jamuna Multipurpose Bridge, Bangladesh. The European Journal of Development Research. Article in press. First published online on December 3, 2018.
  113. Mueller, Valerie; Doss, Cheryl; and Quisumbing, Agnes R. 2018. Youth migration and labour constraints in African agrarian households. Journal of Development Studies 54(5): 875-894.
  114. Nelson, Gerald; Bogard, Jessica; Lividini, Keith; Arsenault, Joanne; Riley, Malcolm; Sulser, Timothy B.; Wiebe, Keith D.; Rosegrant, Mark W.; et al. 2018. Income growth and climate change effects on global nutrition security to mid-century. Nature Sustainability 1(12): 773-781.
  115. Niu, Chiyu; and Ragasa, Catherine. 2018. Selective attention and information loss in the lab-to-farm knowledge chain: The case of Malawian agricultural extension programs. Agricultural Systems 165(September 2018): 147-163.
  116. Orr, Alastair; Jason Donovan, Dietmar Stoian (2018). Smallholder value chains as complex adaptive systems: a conceptual framework. Journal of Agribusiness in Developing and Emerging Economies 8(1): 14-33.
  117. Petsakos, Athanasios; Hareau, Guy; Kleinwechter, Ulrich; Wiebe, Keith D.; and Sulser, Timothy B. 2018. Comparing modeling approaches for assessing priorities in international agricultural research. Research Evaluation 27(2): 145-156.
  118. Pierre, Guillaume; Pauw, Karl; and Magrini, Emiliano. 2017. The effect of the National Food Reserve Agency on maize market prices in Tanzania. Review of Development Economics. 22(2): 540-557. Washington, DC.: International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI).
  119. Quisumbing, Agnes R.; Kumar, Neha; and Behrman, Julia A. 2018. Do shocks affect men's and women's assets differently? Evidence from Bangladesh and Uganda. Development Policy Review 36(1): 3-34.
  120. Ragasa, Catherine; and Mazunda, John. 2018. The impact of agricultural extension services in the context of a heavily subsidized input system: The case of Malawi. World Development 105(2018): 25-47.
  121. Ragasa, Catherine; Lambrecht, Isabel; and Kufoalor, Doreen S. 2018. Limitations of contract farming as a pro-poor strategy: The case of maize outgrower schemes in Upper West Ghana. World Development 102 (2018): 30-56.
  122. Rao, N Chandrasekhara; Bathla, Seema; Kumar, Anjani; and Jha, Girish K. 2018. Agriculture and sustainable development goals: An overview and issues. Agricultural Economics Research Review 31(Conf): 1-7.
  123. Rashid, Shahidur; Minot, Nicholas; and Lemma, Solomon. Does a “Blue Revolution” help the poor? Evidence from Bangladesh. Agricultural Economics. Article in press. First published online on December 19, 2018.
  124. Ratner, Blake D.; Burnley, Clementine; Mugisha, Samuel; Madzudzo, Elias; Oeur, Il; et al. 2018. Investing in multi-stakeholder dialogue to address natural resource competition and conflict. Development in Practice 28(6): 799–812.
  125. Raymundo, Rubí; Asseng, Senthold; Robertson, Richard D.; Petsakos, Athanasios; Hoogenboom, Gerrit; Quiroz, Roberto; Hareau, Guy; and Wolf, Joost. 2018. Climate change impact on global potato production. European Journal of Agronomy 100(October 2018): 87-98.
  126. Reardon, Thomas; Echeverria Ruben G.; Berdegué, Julio A.; Minten, Bart; Liverpool-Tasie, Lenis Saweda; Tschirley, David; and Zilberman, David. Rapid transformation of food systems in developing regions: Highlighting the role of agricultural research & innovations. Agricultural Systems. Article in press. First published online on February 26, 2018.
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