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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Lebenswissenschaftliche Fakultät - Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture

Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture No. 3/10


Global climate change and vulnerability of African agriculture:
implications for resilience and sustained productive capacity

Ernest L. Molua, Buea, Cameroon,
James Benhin, Plymouth, United Kingdom,
Jane Kabubo-Mariara, Nairobi, Kenya,
Mathieu Ouedraogo, Burkina Faso, and
Samia El-Marsafawy, Cairo, Egypt

Is traditional milk marketing and processing viable and efficient?
An empirical evidence from Assam, India

Anjani Kumar, New Delhi, India, and
Steven J. Staal, Nairobi, Kenya

Crop diversification decisions:
the case of vanilla in Uganda

Adam M. Komarek, Sydney, Australia

Effects of technological progress on consumers’ and producers’ welfare:
a case study for Pakistan Punjab

Shahnaz A. Arifullah, Peshawar, Pakistan,
Hayri Önal, Urbana, USA, and
Anwar F. Chishti, Islamabad, Pakistan

Optimum replacement period for rubber plantation in Nigeria
Chinye S. Mesike, Godwin A. Sagay, Benin City, Nigeria, and Rosemary N. Okoh, Asaba, Nigeria

Book reviews

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY – IEA (2009):
Implementing Energy Efficiency Policies:
Are IEA member countries on track?
Marianne Haug, Stuttgart, Germany, and Oxford, United Kingdom

SARRIS, ALEXANDER and JAMIE MORRISON (eds.) (2010):
Food Security in Africa:
Market and Trade Policy for Staple Foods in Eastern and Southern Africa.
Eric Tollens, Heverlee (Leuven), Belgium

LIPPER, LESLIE, ANDERSON, C. LEIGH and TIMOTHY J. DALTON (eds.) (2010):
Seed Trade in Rural Markets. Implications for Crop Diversity and Agricultural Development.
Aad van Tilburg, Wageningen, The Netherlands

HOLLAND, DANIEL S., SANCHIRICO, JAMES N., JOHNSTON, ROBERT J. and DEEPAK JOGLEKAR (2010):
Economic Analysis for Ecosystem-Based Management.
Applications to Marine and Coastal Environments.
Pepijn Schreinemachers, Stuttgart, Germany

NENOVA, TATIANA, NIANG, THIORO, CECILE with ANJUM AHMAD (2009):
Bringing Finance to Pakistan’s Poor:
Access to Finance for Small Enterprises and the Underserved.
Faheem Jehangir Khan, Bristol, United Kingdom