Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture

Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture No. 3/06

Land degradation in developing countries – simple answers to a complex problem?
Dieter Kirschke and Nana Künkel, Berlin, Germany

Endogenous technology adoption and household food security: the case of improved cowpea varieties in northern Nigeria
Arega D. Alene and V.M. Manyong, Ibadan, Nigeria

Agriculture-led development in rural Vietnam: a decomposed SAM multiplier model
Clemens Breisinger and Olivier Ecker, Hohenheim, Germany

Understanding the perceived importance of risk for coffee growers: empirical evidence from Ethiopia
Degnet Abebaw, Jimma, Ethiopia, Karin Holm-Müller and John Mburu, Bonn, Germany

Agricultural policy and trade of Vietnam in preparation to join the WTO
Hoa Nguyen, Ha Noi, Vietnam, and Ulrike Grote, Bonn, Germany

Book reviews

SCHULZ, MANFRED and UWE KRACHT (eds.) (2005):
Food and Nutrition Security in the Process of Globalization and Urbanization.
Eric Tollens, Leuven, Belgium

Feeding the World: An Economic History of Agriculture, 1800 – 2000.
Rolf A.E. Mueller, Kiel, Germany

FOLMER, H. and T. TIETENBERG (eds.) (2005):
The International Yearbook of Environmental and Resource Economics 2005/2006.
Michel Griffon, Paris, France

LEAL FILHO, WALTER (ed.) (2005):
Handbook of Sustainability Research. Environmental Education, Communication and Sustainability Series.
Stephan Piotrowski, Stuttgart, Germany

LITTLE, JO and CAROL MORRIS (eds.) (2005):
Critical Studies in Rural Gender Issues. Perspectives on Rural Policy and Planning.
Pamela A. Marinda, Stuttgart, Germany

Women in Agriculture in the Middle East. Perspectives on Rural Policy and Planning.
Frithjof Kuhnen, Goettingen, Germany