ZEF theme: Markets and public services

2018

Dietz, T., Auffenberg, J., Grabs, J., Chong, A.E. and B. Kilian. 2018. The Voluntary Coffee Standard Index (VOCSI). Developing a composite index to assess and compare the strength of Mainstream Voluntary Sustainability Standards in the global coffee industry. Ecological Economics, 150: 72-87.
Djanibekov, U. and R. Finger. 2018. Agricultural risks and farm land consolidation process in transition countries: The case of cotton production in Uzbekistan. Agricultural Systems , 164: DOI: 10.1016/j.agsy.2018.03.009.
G. Desalegn and S.N. Ali. 2018. Review of the Impact of Productive Safety Net Program (PSNP) on Rural Welfare in Ethiopia. (ZEF Working Paper 173) Download [PDF | 2.25MB]
Gardner, T. A., M. Benzie, J. Börner, E. Dawkins, S. Fick, R. Garrett, J. Godar, A. Grimard, S. Lake, R.K. Larsen, N. Mardas, C.L. McDermott, P. Meyfroidt, M. Osbeck, M. Persson, T. Sembres, C. Suavet, B. Strassburg, A. Trevisan, C. West, P. Wolvekamp. 2018. Transparency and sustainability in global commodity supply chains. World Development, DOI: 10.1016/j.worlddev.2018.05.025. Further Information
Sakyi, D., Bonuedi, I., and Opoku E.E.O.. 2018. Trade facilitation and social welfare in Africa. Journal of African Trade, . (Open Access) Further Information

2017

Almanzar, M. and M. Torero. 2017. Media Coverage and Food Commodities: Agricultural Futures Prices and Volatility Effects. (ZEF Discussion Paper 246) Download [PDF | 2.79MB]
Dürr, J.. 2017. The contribution of vegetable value chains to the Guatemalan economy. European Journal of Horticultural Sciences, 82 (6): 311–318.
Sakyi D., J. Villaverde, A. Maza, I. Bonuedi. 2017. The Effects of Trade and Trade Facilitation on Economic Growth in Africa. African Development Review, 2 (29): 350-361. Further Information
Tobias Wünscher / WASCAL. 2017. Farmer Innovation Contest. Winners 2012-2015, Ghana. Download [PDF | 2.29MB]

2016

Basu, A., U. Grote, R. Hicks, and T. Stellmacher. 2016. Multiple Certifications and Consumer Purchase Decisions: A Case Study of Willingness to Pay for Coffee in Germany.The Cornell Working Paper Series 16-17. Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management. Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.