Current affiliation: University for Development StudiesSubject: EconomicsPrimary location: Ghana
Published in:Agricultural Finance ReviewPublication date:2016-09-05
The study examines how participation in Ghana's Ministry of Agriculture's credit programme influenced the output of beneficiary farmers.
Published in:Asian Journal of Agricultural Extension Economics & SociologyPublication date:2015-01-10
Increasing livestock production and output require the use of improved methods. However, lack of knowledge and awareness has stifled adoption. This...
Published in:British Journal of Economics Management & TradePublication date:2014-01-10
Published in:Research in Applied EconomicsPublication date:2014-12-22
We apply the concept of comparative advantage in the context of Ghanaian crop farmers based on profit efficiency. Land is a scarce production resou...
Published in:Advances in AgriculturePublication date:2016-01-01
Reducing postharvest losses effectively rest on farmers' practices along the chain. The study begins the study with farmers and tries to study the ...
Published in:Environment Development and SustainabilityPublication date:2016-09-02
The study examines how contract farming can help farmers develop resilience to the effects of climate change on their livelihoods. While many peopl...
Published in:AFRICAN JOURNAL OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENTPublication date:2016-04-14
Many people think that it is about time innovations in developing countries are commercialized. This study tests this notion empirically to see whe...
Published in:Journal of Disaster ResearchPublication date:2014-08-01
Published in:Food SecurityPublication date:2017-05-05
This paper looks into how farmers manage postharvest losses and the rewards associated with such a task.
Published in:Strategies for Building Resilience against Climate and Ecosystem Changes in Sub-Saharan AfricaPublication date:2017-09-20
Published in:Agricultural Finance ReviewPublication date:2018-02-05
Evidence from Northern Ghana
This research makes an objective assessment of a typical production credit contract farming and its effect on farm production and income.