Policy Engagement Outreach Contributions
- Understanding Fertilizer Effectiveness and Adoption on Maize in Zambia. William J. Burke, Emmanuel Frossard, Stephen Kabwe, and Thomas S. Jayne. International Development Working Paper 147. October 2016.
- Reassessing the Concept and Measurement of Market Access: Evidence from Zambian Maize Markets. Antony Chapoto and Thom Jayne. 2nd International Conference on Global Food Security 11-14 October 2015, Ithaca, NY, USA.
- Does Government Operations in Staple Food Markets Reduce or Exacerbate Food Price Volatility? Evidence from East and Southern Africa. A. Chapoto and T. S. Jayne. Symposia on Trade shocks, Price Transmission and poverty linkages in African Countries. 29th International Conference of Agricultural Economists, Milan, Italy. August 11, 2015.
- Agronomy and the Economy:Using soil analysis to understand fertilizer use and effectiveness on smallholder farms in Zambia. William J. Burke, Emmanuel Frossard, Steven Kabwe, Thom Jayne. African Studies Center, Michigan State University January 22, 2015.
- Conference on Land Policy in Africa. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
11-14 November 2014.
- Selected paper presented at the 2014 AAEA Annual Meeting. Minneapolis, MN. July 29, 2014.
Smallholder Access to Land in Zambia Emerging Research Findings & Implications for Rural Development. M. Hichaambwa, J. Chamberlin & IAPRI team. Presented at the "Policy Forum on Operationalising the Year of Agriculture with Evidence" organized by IAPRI in Lusaka, Zambia. 11 April 2014.
- Zambia’s Economic Overview and the Agricultural Sector. Hambulo Ngoma. Agri Benchmark Cash Crop Training Workshop. Bureau for Food and Agricultural Policy (BFAP).Pretoria, South Africa. 14-16 May, 2013.
- General equilibrium effects of input subsidy programs on maize prices: Evidence from Malawi and Zambia. J. Ricker-Gilbert, N.M. Mason, T.S. Jayne, F.A. Darko, and S. Tembo. Presentation at MSU/IFPRI Policy Workshop on Input Subsidy Programs in Sub-Saharan Africa. Washington DC. April 16-17, 2013.
- Zambia’s input subsidy programs. Nicole M. Mason, T.S. Jayne, & Rhoda Mofya-Mukuka. Presentation at the IFPRI-Michigan State University workshop on Input Subsidy Programs in Sub-Saharan Africa: Methods, Findings, and Implications for Policy. IFPRI, Washington, DC. April 16, 2013.
- T.S. Jayne, Jordan Chamberlin, Lulama Traub, Nicholas Sitko, Milu Muyanga, Felix K. Yeboah, Ward Anseeuw, Antony Chapoto, Ayala Wineman, Chewe Nkonde and Richard Kachule. Africa's changing farm size distribution patterns: the rise of medium-scale farms. Agricultural Economics Volume 47, Issue S1, pages 197–214, November 2016.
- Ngoma, H., P.B. Mulenga, and T.S. Jayne. What Explains Minimal Usage of Minimum Tillage Practices in Zambia? Evidence from District-Representative Data. Book of Condensed Papers Of the First Africa Congress on Conservation Agriculture. Lusaka, Zambia. 18-21 March, 2014.
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