Saweda Lenis Onipede Liverpool-Tasie
Saweda Lenis Onipede Liverpool-Tasie
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Rapid transformation of food systems in developing regions: highlighting the role of agricultural research & innovations
T Reardon, R Echeverria, J Berdegué, B Minten, S Liverpool-Tasie, ...
Agricultural systems 172, 47-59, 2019
Is increasing inorganic fertilizer use for maize production in SSA a profitable proposition? Evidence from Nigeria
LSO Liverpool-Tasie, BT Omonona, A Sanou, WO Ogunleye
Food policy 67, 41-51, 2017
Agricultural input credit in Sub-Saharan Africa: Telling myth from facts
SG Adjognon, LSO Liverpool-Tasie, TA Reardon
Food policy 67, 93-105, 2017
The processed food revolution in African food systems and the double burden of malnutrition
T Reardon, D Tschirley, LSO Liverpool-Tasie, T Awokuse, J Fanzo, ...
Global Food Security 28, 100466, 2021
Fertilizer subsidies and private market participation: the case of Kano State, Nigeria
LSO Liverpool‐Tasie
Agricultural Economics 45 (6), 663-678, 2014
Social Learning and Farm Technology in Ethiopia: Impacts by Technology, Network Type, and Poverty Status
LSO Liverpool-Tasie, A Winter-Nelson
The Journal of Development Studies 48 (10), 1505-1521, 2012
Fertilizer subsidies, political influence and local food prices in sub-Saharan Africa: Evidence from Nigeria
H Takeshima, LSO Liverpool-Tasie
Food Policy 54, 11-24, 2015
Asset versus consumption poverty and poverty dynamics in rural Ethiopia
LSO Liverpool‐Tasie, A Winter‐Nelson
Agricultural Economics 42 (2), 221-233, 2011
A scoping review of market links between value chain actors and small-scale producers in developing regions
LSO Liverpool-Tasie, A Wineman, S Young, J Tambo, C Vargas, ...
Nature Sustainability 3 (10), 799-808, 2020
Poverty status and the impact of formal credit on technology use and wellbeing among Ethiopian smallholders
LSO Liverpool, A Winter-Nelson
World Development 38 (4), 541-554, 2010
“Essential non‐essentials”: COVID‐19 policy missteps in N igeria rooted in persistent myths about A frican food supply chains
LSO Liverpool‐Tasie, T Reardon, B Belton
Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 43 (1), 205-224, 2021
Transformation of African agrifood systems in the new era of rapid urbanization and the emergence of a middle class
T Reardon, D Tschirley, B Minten, S Haggblade, S Liverpool-Tasie, ...
Beyond a middle income Africa: Transforming African economies for sustained …, 2015
Farmer groups and input access: When membership is not enough
LSO Liverpool-Tasie
Food Policy 46, 37-49, 2014
Input promotion within a complex subsector: fertilizer in Nigeria
LSO Liverpool‐Tasie, H Takeshima
Agricultural Economics 44 (6), 581-594, 2013
Do vouchers improve government fertilizer distribution? Evidence from Nigeria
LSO Liverpool‐Tasie
Agricultural Economics 45 (4), 393-407, 2014
Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Food Security Policy
A Sanou, B Osuntade, S Liverpool-Tasie, T Reardon
A review of fertilizer policy issues in Nigeria
S Liverpool-Tasie, B Olaniyan, S Salau, J Sackey
Nigeria Strategy Support Program (NSSP) Working Paper 19, 2010
Is fertiliser use inconsistent with expected profit maximization in sub‐Saharan Africa?“Evidence from Nigeria”
LSO Liverpool‐Tasie
Journal of Agricultural Economics 68 (1), 22-44, 2017
Review of literature on agricultural productivity, social capital and food security in Nigeria
LS Liverpool-Tasie, O Kuku, A Ajibola
NSSP working papers, 2011
Review of literature on agricultural productivity, social capital and food security in Nigeria
LS Liverpool-Tasie, O Kuku, A Ajibola
NSSP working papers, 2011
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