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Regina Birner
Regina Birner
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From best practice to best fit: A framework for designing and analyzing pluralistic agricultural advisory services worldwide
R Birner, K Davis, J Pender, E Nkonya, P Anandajayasekeram, J Ekboir, ...
Journal of agricultural education and extension 15 (4), 341-355, 2009
6892009
The political economy of policies for smallholder agriculture
R Birner, D Resnick
World Development 38 (10), 1442-1452, 2010
3502010
How to make agricultural extension demand driven? The case of India's agricultural extension policy
R Birner, JR Anderson
Intl Food Policy Res Inst, 2007
2662007
Bioeconomy concepts
R Birner
Bioeconomy: Shaping the transition to a sustainable, biobased economy, 17-38, 2018
2552018
Capturing the complexity of water uses and water users within a multi-agent framework
T Berger, R Birner, N Mccarthy, JÉ DíAz, H Wittmer
Water resources management 21, 129-148, 2007
2412007
Who drives the digital revolution in agriculture? A review of supply‐side trends, players and challenges
R Birner, T Daum, C Pray
Applied economic perspectives and policy 43 (4), 1260-1285, 2021
2292021
What determines farmers’ resilience towards ENSO-related drought? An empirical assessment in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia
A Keil, M Zeller, A Wida, B Sanim, R Birner
Climatic Change 86, 291-307, 2008
2062008
Promises and realities of community-based agricultural extension
G Feder, JR Anderson, R Birner, K Deininger
Community, market and state in development, 187-208, 2010
1912010
Gender differences in climate change adaptation strategies and participation in group-based approaches: An intra-household analysis from rural Kenya
MW Ngigi, U Mueller, R Birner
Ecological Economics 138, 99-108, 2017
1842017
The private sector's role in agricultural extension systems: potential and limitations
G Feder, R Birner, JR Anderson
Journal of Agribusiness in Developing and Emerging Economies 1 (1), 31-54, 2011
1822011
How innovative is your agriculture?: Using innovation indicators and benchmarks to strengthen national agricultural innovation systems
DJ Spielman, R Birner
World Bank, 2008
1622008
On the ‘efficient boundaries of the state’: the contribution of transaction-costs economics to the analysis of decentralization and devolution in natural resource management
R Birner, H Wittmer
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 22 (5), 667-685, 2004
1522004
Sustainable agricultural intensification in forest frontier areas
M Maertens, M Zeller, R Birner
Agricultural Economics 34 (2), 197-206, 2006
1372006
How innovative is your agriculture
DJ Spielman, R Birner
Using innovation indicators and benchmarks to strengthen national …, 2008
1322008
Agricultural mechanization in Africa: Myths, realities and an emerging research agenda
T Daum, R Birner
Global food security 26, 100393, 2020
1312020
From commodity-based value chains to biomass-based value webs: The case of sugarcane in Brazil’s bioeconomy
L Scheiterle, A Ulmer, R Birner, A Pyka
Journal of Cleaner Production 172, 3851-3863, 2018
1272018
Socio-economic determinants of keeping goats and sheep by rural people in southern Benin
LH Dossa, B Rischkowsky, R Birner, C Wollny
Agriculture and human values 25, 581-592, 2008
1222008
The neglected governance challenges of agricultural mechanisation in Africa–insights from Ghana
T Daum, R Birner
Food Security 9, 959-979, 2017
1202017
Can small farms benefit from big companies’ initiatives to promote mechanization in Africa? A case study from Zambia
F Adu-Baffour, T Daum, R Birner
Food policy 84, 133-145, 2019
1152019
Using social capital to create political capital: how do local communities gain political influence? A theoretical approach and empirical evidence from Thailand
R Birner, H Wittmer
1112003
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