Market Information System Development
A Directory of Publications, Presentations, and Useful Links Prepared by Food
Security Group Researchers at Michigan State University and Their Host-Country
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Thomas Jayne cited in the Economist article, "
High-tech, low impact: Ethiopia’s state-of-the-art commodity exchange", Finance and Economics Section, February 4, 2017 issue.
Agricultural Commodity Exchanges and The Development Of Grain Markets And Trade In Africa: A Review Of Recent Experience. T.S. Jayne, Chris Sturgess, Ron Kopicki and Nicholas Sitko. August 2014.
A partial equilibrium approach to estimating the potential payoffs of providing improved agricultural market information in the form of price forecasts. Andrew Muganga Kizito and John Staatz. Journal Cahiers Agricultures, Volume 23, issue 4-5, July-August-September-October 2014.
Challenges in measuring the impact of Market Information Systems. John Staatz, Andrew Kizito, Michael Weber, Niama Nango Dembélé. Journal Cahiers Agricultures, Volume 23, issue 4-5, July-August-September-October 2014.
Crop Forecasting Accuracy and Price Instability. T.S. Jayne and Shahidur Rashid. Presented at the Fourth Policy Symposium of the African Agricultural Markets Programme, Alliance for Commodity Trade in Eastern and Southern Africa (ACTESA). September 7, 2010. Lilongwe, Malawi.
Module de Formation à l’Analyse Des Prix Agricoles. Niama Nango Dembele, John M. Staatz et Ramziath Adjao avec l’assistance de Valérie Kelly. Formation présentée à Cotonou le 26-27 avril 2008. Guidelines for Building Sustainable Market Information Systems in Africa
with Strong Public-Private Partnerships - November, 2005. Michael
T. Weber, Cynthia Donovan, John M. Staatz and Niama Nango Dembélé.
English, French, Portuguese
Powerpoint Presentation on MIS and Commodity Exchanges:
Strengthening Market Signals and Institutions. PPT in:
Portuguese Also: Background Materials on:
CIPE Workshop on Developing Guidelines for Buil ding
Sustainable Market Information Systems in Africa with Strong Public-Private
by the Center for International
Private Enterprise With the
technical support of Michigan
State University. Hotel Avenida-Sala
Incomati Maputo. 15-16 November,
to USDA Outlook Meeting and Special MIS for Africa Information
Portal MIS Proof of Concept
Portal: AMIS Africa-Online
- Worlk/Regional Agri-Food Market Prices & Supply Situation Reports
The Agricultural Market Information
Virtual Library (Internet Resource Guide)
SPSS Time Series Analysis Training Materials
Useful Links on Agriculture Market Information
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FEWSNET Markets and Trade. See Guidance and Tools.
Market Information Services
Role of Information Tools in Food and Nutrition Security in ACP Countries.
ITC & economy Others