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We wish to acknowledge the financial and substantive support the Swedish International Development Agency and the United States Agency for International Development in Lusaka. Research support from the Global Bureau, Office of Agriculture and Food Security, and the Africa Bureau, Office of Sustainable Development at USAID/Washington also made it possible(More)
iii ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The Indaba Agricultural Policy Research Institute is a non-profit company limited by guarantee and collaboratively works with public and private stakeholders. IAPRI exists to carry out agricultural policy research and outreach, serving the agricultural sector in Zambia so as to contribute to sustainable pro-poor agricultural(More)
Arslan is a natural resource economist at the Agricultural Development Economics Division of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations; McCarthy is a principal research analyst of LEAD Analytics Inc., Washington D.C.; Lipper is a senior environmental economist, Solomon Asfaw is an economist, and Andrea Cattaneo is a senior economist all(More)
  • Nicole M Mason, T S Jayne, Rhoda Mofya-Mukuka, Jordan Chamberlain, Munguzwe Hichaambwa, Chance Kabaghe +13 others
  • 2013
iii ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The Indaba Agricultural Policy Research Institute is a non-profit company limited by guarantee and collaboratively works with public and private stakeholders. IAPRI exists to carry out agricultural policy research and outreach, serving the agricultural sector in Zambia so as to contribute to sustainable pro-poor agricultural(More)
Disclaimer: This paper reflects conditions up to late 2006 and will be updated and finalized to reflect events and local dialogue that have taken place since then. We wish to acknowledge the financial and substantive support of the Swedish International Development Agency and the United States Agency for International Development in Lusaka. Research support(More)
We wish to acknowledge the financial and substantive support of the Swedish International Development Agency and the United States Agency for International Development in Lusaka. Research support from the Global Bureau, Office of Agriculture and Food Security, and the Africa Bureau, Office of Sustainable Development at USAID/Washington also made it possible(More)
iii ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The Indaba Agricultural Policy Research Institute is a non-profit company limited by guarantee and collaboratively works with public and private stakeholders. IAPRI exists to carry out agricultural policy research and outreach, serving the agricultural sector in Zambia so as to contribute to sustainable pro-poor agricultural development.(More)
The authors acknowledge support for this research provided by Michigan State University under the Food Security Research Project (FSRP), and to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for providing funding through their Guiding Investments in Sustainable Agricultural Markets in Africa (GISAMA). The authors would like to acknowledge the comments of Steve(More)
for helpful feedback and insights at various stages of the study. We would like to acknowledge Ferdinand Meyer for assistance obtaining data on import parity price calculations from South Africa to Lusaka. The authors also acknowledge financial support from the Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA) and the United States Agency for International(More)
We wish to acknowledge the financial and substantive support of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) in Lusaka. Research support from the Global Bureau, Office Agriculture and Food Security, and the Africa Bureau, Office of Sustainable Development in AID/Washington also made it possible for MSU researchers to contribute to this(More)