2 edition of Proceedings of the Conference on Maize Supply and Marketing under Market Liberalization found in the catalog.
Proceedings of the Conference on Maize Supply and Marketing under Market Liberalization
Conference on Maize Supply and Marketing under Market Liberalization (1992 Karen, Nairobi, Kenya)
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||compiled by W. Nguyo.|
|Contributions||Nguyo, W., Egerton University. Policy Analysis Matrix Project.|
|LC Classifications||HD9049.C8 K425 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 162 p. :|
|Number of Pages||162|
|LC Control Number||95980530|
Lost in the debates about the appropriate scale of production to promote agricultural growth in Africa is the rapid expansion of medium-scale farmers. Using Zambia as a case study, this article explores the causes and consequences of this middle-tier transformation on the future of small-scale agriculture. Combining political economic analysis with household survey data, this article examines Cited by: 3. The integration of smallholders with the market is essential to provide enough food for the growing populations in most African countries. The existing literature emphasizes in that respect the role of transaction costs. This paper offers a complementary view, namely individual-level market learning, which is conceptually integrated in the existing market integration : Souleimane A. Adekambi, Paul T.M. Ingenbleek, Hans C.M. van Trijp.
Expanding Direct Marketing Opportunities through Farm Shops in Western Tourism Destinations: Extension Program Design. Authors: Deepayan Debnath, K. Curtis, and S. Slocum (May ). Published in: National Value Added Agriculture Conference and Northeast Regional What Works Conference Proceedings (Peer reviewed). Section 4 analyses maize pricing methods and consequent price This is a chapter in a book. It analyses the strengths and weaknesses of current agricultural and other related policies affecting the maize marketing chain and suggests alternative policies and strategies for improving marketing and trade in .
Since this early period of hybrid maize adoption, maize breeders and agronomists have contributed to a steady and consistent improvement in maize yields under both favorable and water-limiting conditions (Cooper et al., , Duvick, , Gaffney et al., ) and new hybrids are continuously being developed for improved agronomic Cited by: The food situation in many parts of the world has not kept pace with population growth and demand. Low incomes, weak institutions, and poor infrastructure can limit incentives to produce and access to food by certain groups. Achieving agricultural and income growth, and food security therefore remains a critical goal in many countries. Project activities are designed to collect empircal.
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• Attended the Conference on Maize Supply and Marketing under Market Liberalization held from 18th. - 19th.,K.C.B. Institute of Banking and Finance, Karen, Nairobi, Kenya. Publications • S.K.
Wambugu (). “A Review of Maize Marketing and Pricing Policies in Kenya” in Chemchemi (International Journal of Humanities &. • Presented a paper entitled "The State of Market Integration Research in Kenya" at the 5th African Domestic Agricultural Marketing Integration Research (ADAMIR) Workshop on market integration and Liberalization, 31st October - 7th November, Department of.
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Globalization is forcing dramatic changes in how agricultural commodities get transformed and delivered to consumers. Traditional commodity supply chains are trying to remain competitive through cost reduction, productivity increases and new partnerships to improve logistics, product flow, and information flow.
One consequence is rapidly growing consumer demand for new food products. Downloadable (with restrictions). In this study we analyze recent and proposed maize marketing reforms in Zambia.
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Crop marketing liberalisation was preceded by the liberalisation of input marketing, with a 3-year lag period. Fertiliser imports for smallholder use were monopolised by the Smallholder Fertiliser Revolving Fund of Malawi (SFRFM) and the production of hybrid maize seed was under the National Seed Company of Malawi (an ADMARC subsidiary company).Cited by: Full text of "ERIC ED Trade and Development: Proceedings of the Winter Meeting of the International Agricultural Trade Research Consortium (Texcoco.
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In this review, critical elements underlying post‒harvest losses in Africa such as infestation by insect‒pests Author: Jennifer Swai, Ernest R. Mbega, Arnold Mushongi, Patrick A. Ndakidemi.Maize is an important staple crop in Mexico, and the recent intensification of climate variability, in combination with non-climatic forces, has hindered increases in production, especially for smallholder farmers.
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