Saweda Liverpool-Tasie
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Is increasing inorganic fertilizer use for maize production in SSA a profitable proposition? Evidence from Nigeria
LSO Liverpool-Tasie, BT Omonona, A Sanou, WO Ogunleye
Food policy 67, 41-51, 2017
78*2017
Asset versus consumption poverty and poverty dynamics in rural Ethiopia
LSO Liverpool‐Tasie, A Winter‐Nelson
Agricultural Economics 42 (2), 221-233, 2011
74*2011
Fertilizer subsidies and private market participation: the case of Kano State, Nigeria
LSO Liverpool‐Tasie
Agricultural Economics 45 (6), 663-678, 2014
71*2014
Social Learning and Farm Technology in Ethiopia: Impacts by Technology, Network Type, and Poverty Status
LSO Liverpool-Tasie, A Winter-Nelson
The Journal of Development Studies 48 (10), 1505-1521, 2012
71*2012
Rapid transformation of food systems in developing regions: Highlighting the role of agricultural research & innovations
T Reardon, R Echeverria, J Berdegué, B Minten, S Liverpool-Tasie, ...
Agricultural Systems, 2018
652018
Agricultural input credit in Sub-Saharan Africa: Telling myth from facts
SG Adjognon, LSO Liverpool-Tasie, TA Reardon
Food policy 67, 93-105, 2017
642017
Fertilizer subsidies, political influence and local food prices in sub-Saharan Africa: Evidence from Nigeria
H Takeshima, LSO Liverpool-Tasie
Food Policy 54, 11-24, 2015
542015
Poverty status and the impact of formal credit on technology use and wellbeing among Ethiopian smallholders
LSO Liverpool, A Winter-Nelson
World Development 38 (4), 541-554, 2010
452010
Input promotion within a complex subsector: fertilizer in Nigeria
LSO Liverpool‐Tasie, H Takeshima
Agricultural Economics 44 (6), 581-594, 2013
44*2013
A review of fertilizer policy issues in Nigeria
S Liverpool-Tasie, B Olaniyan, S Salau, J Sackey
Nigeria Strategy Support Program (NSSP) Working Paper, 2010
432010
A review of fertiliser policy issue in Nigeria. Nigeria Strategy Support Program
S Liverpool–Tasie, B Olaniyan, S Salau, J Sakey
Policy Note, 2010
43*2010
Do vouchers improve government fertilizer distribution? Evidence from Nigeria
LSO Liverpool‐Tasie
Agricultural Economics 45 (4), 393-407, 2014
42*2014
Transformation of African agrifood systems in the new era of rapid urbanization and the emergence of a middle class
T Reardon, D Tschirley, B Minten, S Haggblade, S Liverpool-Tasie, ...
Beyond a middle income Africa: transforming African economies for sustained …, 2015
392015
Review of literature on agricultural productivity, social capital and food security in Nigeria
LS Liverpool-Tasie, O Kuku, A Ajibola
NSSP working papers, 2011
392011
Farmer groups and input access: When membership is not enough
LSO Liverpool-Tasie
Food Policy 46, 37-49, 2014
35*2014
Is fertiliser use inconsistent with expected profit maximization in sub‐Saharan Africa?“Evidence from Nigeria”
LSO Liverpool‐Tasie
Journal of Agricultural Economics 68 (1), 22-44, 2017
29*2017
Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Food Security Policy
A Sanou, B Osuntade, S Liverpool-Tasie, T Reardon
27*
Is increasing inorganic fertilizer use in sub-Saharan Africa a profitable proposition
LS Liverpool-Tasie, BT Omonona, A Sanou, W Ogunleye
Evidence from Nigeria. World Bank Policy Research Paper 7201, 2015
19*2015
Liverpool-Tasie. Is fertilizer use inconsistent with expected profit maximization in sub-Saharan Africa? Evidence from Nigeria
O Lenis Saweda
Journal of Agricultural Economics 68 (1), 22-44, 2017
172017
A review of Literature on Agricultural Productivity
LS Liverpool-Tasie, O Kuku, A Ajibola
Social Capital and Food Security in Nigeria. NSSP Working paper, 2011
162011
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