Generating sustained and inclusive labor productivity growth in Tanzania’s manufacturing and services sectors through informal firms.
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Examines the interplay between Malawi’s input subsidy and access to extension services, and the impact of both on farm productivity and food security.
The strong linkages to food security and the environment place biomass energy at the heart of sustainable development.
Contract farming (CF) arrangements have the potential to address market failures and improve technology adoption, productivity, and welfare.
The implications of productivity improvements in agriculture, industry, and services for global poverty. In poor countries, increases in agricultural productivity generally have a larger poverty-reduction effect than increases in industry or services.