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Can The Momentum be Sustained? An Economic Analysis
of the Ministry of Agriculture/Sasakawa Global 2000's Experiment with Improved
Cereals Technology in Ethiopia. A Joint Research Activity of: The Grain
Marketing Research Project/Michigan State University, Sasakawa Global 2000,
the Ministry of Agriculture Department of Extension and Cooperatives and
the Ethiopian Agricultural Research Organization. September 1998.
Food Aid Targeting in Ethiopia: A Study of Household
Food Insecurity and Food Aid Distributions. Clay D.C., Molla D. and
Habtewold D. March 1998. EtWp 12.
Agricultural Market Performance and Determinants of
Fertilizer Use in Ethiopia. Demeke M., Kelly V., Jayne T.S., Said A.,
Le Vallée J.C. and Chen H. January 1998. EtWp 10.
Vertical and Spatial Integration of Grain Markets in
Ethiopia: Implications for Grain Market and Food Security Policies. Negassa
A. and Jayne T.S. January 1998. EtWp 9.
Market Structure, Conduct, and Performance: Constraints
of Performance of Ethiopian Grain Markets. Dessalegn G., Jayne T.S.
and Shaffer J.D. January 1998. EtWp 8.
Meeting Food Aid and Price Stabilization Objectives Through
Local Grain Purchase: A Review of the 1996 Experience. Amha W., Stepanek
J., Jayne T.S. and Negassa A. March 1997. EtWp 7.
The Response of Ethiopian Grain Markets to Liberalization. Negassa
A. and Jayne T.S. January 1997. EtWp 6.
Promoting Fertilizer Use in Ethiopia: The Implications
of Improving Grain Market Performance, Input Market Efficiency, and Farm
Management. Demeke M., Said A. and Jayne T.S. March 1997. EtWp 5.
Designing Strategies to Support a Transformation of Agriculture
in Ethiopia. Molla D., Gebre H., JayneT.S., Shaffer J. January 1995.
Toward Increased Cereals Production in Ethiopia. Howard
J., Said A., Molla D., Diskin P. and Bogale S. September 1995. EtWp 3.
Toward a Research Agenda to Promote Household Access
to Food in Ethiopia. Jayne, T.S. and Molla D. September 1995. EtWp
Improving information and Performance in Grain Marketing. Tschirley
D., Diskin P., Molla D. and Clay D. September 1995. EtWp 1.
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Byerlee, D., T.S. Jayne, and R. Myers. 2006. Managing food price risks and instability in a liberalizing market environment: Overview and policy options,
Food Policy, Vol. 31 (4): 275-287 . Jayne, T.S., B. Zulu, and J.J. Nijhoff. 2006. Stabilizing Food Markets in Eastern and Southern Africa.
Food Policy, Vol. 31 (4): 328-341. Crawford, E., V. Kelly, T. Jayne, and J. Howard. 2003. Input Use and Market Development in subs-Saharan Africa: An Overview.
Food Policy, Vol. 28(4): 277-292. Jayne, T.S., J. Govereh, M. Wanzala, and M. Demeke. 2003. Fertilizer Market Development: A Comparative Analysis of Ethiopia, Kenya, and Zambia.
Food Policy, Vol. 28(4): 293-316. Jayne, T.S. T. Yamano, M. Weber, D. Tschirley, R. Benfica, A. Chapoto, and B. Zulu. 2003. Smallholder Income and Land Distribution in Africa: Implications for Poverty Reduction Strategies.
Food Policy, Vol. 28(3): 253-275. Jayne, T.S., J.
Govereh, A. Mwanaumo, J. Nyoro, and A. Chapoto. 2002.
Promise or False Premise:
The Experience of Food and Input Market Reform in Eastern and Southern
Africa. World Development, Vol 30 (11): 1967-1986. Summary. Jayne, T.S., J. Strauss, and T. Yamano. 2002. “Food Aid Distribution in Ethiopia: Chronic Needs or Inertia?”
Journal of Development Economics, Vol 68 (2): 247-288. Jayne, T.S., J. Strauss, T. Yamano, and D. Molla. 2001. “Giving to the Poor? Food Aid Distribution in Ethiopia,”
World Development, Vol. 29, No. 5 (May). Jayne, T.S. 1998. “Market Reform, Institutional Constraints, and Agricultural Productivity: Emerging Evidence from Africa,”
Ethiopian Journal of Agricultural Economics, Vol 3 (1): 1-28.
Food Security III Cooperative Agreement between US Agency for International
Development, EGAT/AG Bureau cooperating closely with Africa/SD Bureau, and
MSU Department of Agricultural Economics.