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2022

Ihli, H. J., Chiputwa, B., Winter, E., Gassner, A. (2022): Risk and time preferences for participating in forest landscape restoration: The case of coffee farmers in Uganda, World Development 150(105713): 18 pages, Link.

2021

Graham, S., Ihli, H. J., Gassner, A. (2021): Agroforestry, Indigenous Tree Cover and Biodiversity Conservation: A Case Study of Mount Elgon in Uganda, The European Journal of Development Research: 19 pages, Link.

Habiyaremye, N., Ochieng, J., Heckelei, T. (2021): Economic analysis of integrated vegetable–poultry production systems in the Babati District of Tanzania, Agriculture & Food Security 10(1): 11 pages, Link.

Ihli, H. J., Seegers, R., Winter, E., Chiputwa, B., Gassner, A. (2021): Preferences for tree fruit market attributes among smallholder farmers in Eastern Rwanda, Agricultural Economics 53(1): pages 5-21, Link.

Tabe-Ojong, M. P. J., Heckelei, T., Baylis, K. (2021): Aspiration Formation and Ecological Shocks in Rural Kenya, The European Journal of Development Research 33: 833-860, Link.

Tabe-Ojong, M. P. J., Mausch, K., Woldeyohanes, T. B., Heckelei, T. (2021): Three hurdles towards commercialisation: integrating subsistence chickpea producers in the market economy, European Review of Agricultural Economics jbab023: 1-28, Link.

Tabe-Ojong, M. P. J., Molua, E. L., Ngoh, S. B., Beteck, S. E. (2021): Production, consumption and market diversification of grain legumes in the humid forest agroecology of cameroon, Sustainable Production and Consumption 27: 193–202, Link.

Tabe-Ojong, M. P. J., Nshakira-Rukundo, E. (2021): Religiosity and parental educational aspirations for children in Kenya, World Development Perspectives 23(100349): 9 pages, Link.

Tabe-Ojong, M. P. J., Ordway, E. M., Nkongho, R. N., Molua, E. L. (2021): Oil palm expansion among non-industrial producers in Cameroon: Potentials for synergy between agro-economic gains and ecological safeguards, Forest Policy and Economics 135(102645): 11 pages, Link.

2020

Gebrekidan, B. H., Heckelei, T., Rasch, S. (2020): Characterizing Farmers and Farming System in Kilombero Valley Floodplain, Tanzania, Sustainability 12 17(7114): 1-21, Link.

Tabe-Ojong, M. P. J., Boakye, J. A., Muliro, M. (2020): Mitigating the impacts of floods using adaptive and resilient coping strategies: The role of the emergency Livelihood Empowerment Against Poverty program (LEAP) in Ghana, Journal of Environmental Management 270: 8 pages, Link.

Tabe-Ojong, M. P. J., Molua, E. L., Nzie, J. R. M., Fuh, G. L. (2020): Production and supply of tomato in Cameroon: Examination of the comparative effect of price and non-price factors, Scientific African 10: 13 pages, Link.

2019

Engida, E., Srivastava, A. K., Kuhn, A., Gaiser, T. (2019): Household Welfare Implications of Better Fertilizer Access and Lower Use Inefficiency: Long-Term Scenarios for Ethiopia, Sustainability 11 14(3952): 24 pages, Link.

Habiyaremye, N., Tabe-Ojong, M. P. J., Ochieng, J., Chagomoka, T. (2019): New insights on efficiency and productivity analysis: Evidence from vegetable-poultry integration in rural Tanzania, Scientific African 6(e00190): 11 pages, Link.

Minten, B., Dereje, M., Engida, E., Kuma, T. (2019): Coffee value chains on the move: Evidence in Ethiopia, Food Policy 83: 370-383, Link.

Molua, E. L., Tabe-Ojong, M. P. J., Meliko, M. O., Nkenglefac, M. F., Akamin, A. (2019): Efficiency differentials in resource-use among smallholder cassava farmers in southwestern Cameroon, Development in Practice: 11 pages, Link.

Neuenfeldt, S., Gocht, A., Heckelei, T., Ciaian, P. (2019): Explaining farm structural change in the European agriculture: a novel analytical framework, European Review of Agricultural Economics 46(5): 713-768, Link.

Saint-Cyr, L. D. F., Storm, H., Heckelei, T., Piet, L. (2019): Heterogeneous impacts of neighbouring farm size on the decision to exit: evidence from Brittany, European Review of Agricultural Economics Volume 46(2): 237-266, Link.

Seidel, C., Heckelei, T., Lakner, S. (2019): Conventionalization of Organic Farms in Germany: An Empirical Investigation Based on a Composite Indicator Approach, Sustainability 11 (10)(2934): 16 pages, Link.

2018

Bassey, N. E., Kuhn, A., Storm, H. (2018): Are maize marketers averse to quality loss in supplies? A case study from Ghana, Agricultural Economics 49(5): 649-658, Link.

Minten, B., Dereje, M., Engida, E., Tamru, S. (2018): Tracking the Quality Premium of Certified Coffee: Evidence from Ethiopia, World Development 101: 119-132, Link.

2017

Rasch, S., Heckelei, T., Storm, H., Oomen, R., Naumann, C. (2017): Multi-scale resilience of a communal rangeland system in South Africa, Ecological Economics 131: 129-138, Link.

Woldeyohanes, T. B., Heckelei, T., Surry, Y. (2017): Effect of off-farm income on smallholder commercialization: panel evidence from rural households in Ethiopia, Agricultural Economics 48(2): 207-218, Link.

2016

Espinosa, M., Gocht, A., Heckelei, T., Gomez y Paloma, S. (2016): Incorporating farm structural change in models assessing the Common Agricultural Policy: an application in the CAPRI farm type model, Journal of Policy Modeling 38(6): 1040-1059, Link.

Willy, D. K., Kuhn, A. (2016): Technology Adoption Under Variable Weather Conditions: The Case of Rain Water Harvesting in Lake Naivasha Basin, Kenya, Water Economics and Policy 02, Link.

2015

Storm, H., Heckelei, T., Espinosa, M., Gomez y Paloma, S. (2015): Short Term Prediction of Agricultural Structural Change using Farm Accountancy Data Network and Farm Structure Survey Data, German Journal of Agricultural Economics 64(3): 163-174, Link.

Storm, H., Mittenzwei, K., Heckelei, T. (2015): Direct Payments, Spatial Competition, and Farm Survival in Norway, American Journal of Agricultural Economics 97(4): 1192-1205, Link.

2012

Zimmermann, A., Heckelei, T. (2012): Structural Change of European Dairy Farms - A Cross-regional Analysis, Journal of Agricultural Economics 63(3): 576–603, Link.