Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture

Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture No. 1/07

Estimating the impact of population growth on environmental deterioration: a technical note on decomposition analysis
Oskar Gans and Frank Jöst, Heidelberg, Germany

Analysing variation in Russian dairy farms, 1990-2001
Irina Bezlepkina, Ruud Huirne, Alfons Oude Lansink and Arie Oskam, Wageningen, the Netherlands

Consistent evidence on the efficiency of maize production in southwest Ethiopia
Johannes Sauer, Copenhagen, Denmark, and Tsegaye Yilma, Hohenheim, Germany

Institutional innovations for improving smallholder participation in high-value agriculture: a case of fruit and vegetable growers’ associations in India
Pratap S. Birthal and P.K. Joshi, New Delhi, India

Long-run determinants of moral hazard in microfinance: a study of group lending programs from Malawi using panel data
Franklin Simtowe, Lilongwe, Malawi, Manfred Zeller, Hohenheim, Germany, Alexander Phiri, Lilongwe, Malawi, and John Mburu, Bonn, Germany

Book reviews

FOLMER, H. and T. TIETENBERG (eds.) (2006):
The International Yearbook of Environmental and Resource Economics 2006/2007.
Michel Griffon, Nogent sur Marne Cedex, France

Grundzüge der landwirtschaftlichen Marktlehre (Lernmaterialien).
Tilman Becker, Stuttgart, Germany

Different Choices: Assessing Vulnerability in a South Indian Village.
Isabel Fischer, Stuttgart, Germany

NEEF, ANDREAS (ed.) (2005):
Participatory approaches for sustainable land use in Southeast Asia.
Michael Kirk, Marburg, Germany

Property and Politics in Sabah, Malaysia. Native Struggles Over Land Rights.
Frithjof Kuhnen, Goettingen, Germany