The paper "Can Adoption of Improved Maize Varieties Help Smallholder Farmers Adapt to Drought? Evidence from Malawi" written by Stein T. Holden and Monica Fischer is now published as a CLTS Working Paper.
New CLTS Research Report written by Sosina Bezu and Stein T. Holden is based on the project between CLTS and UN-Habitat with the title "Research on Land Access and Youth Livelihood Opportunities in Southern Ethiopia".
The paper "Reverse-Share-Tenancy and Agricultural Efficiency: Farm-Level Evidence from Ethiopia" written by Hosaena H. Ghebru and Stein T. Holden has been published in the international Journal of African Economies.
The paper "Activity Choice in Rural Non-farm Employment (RNFE): Survival versus accumulative strategy" written by Sosina Bezu, Christopher B. Barrett and Stein T. Holden is now published as a CLTS Working Paper.