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  1. Are staple foods becoming more expensive for urban consumers in Eastern and Southern Africa? Trends in food prices, marketing margins, and wage rates in Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, and Zambia

    Mason, Nicole, Donovan, Cynthia, Jayne, T S, Chapoto, Antony, 2009 View full text White Paper
  2. Do market interventions promote food price stability? Evidence from Eastern and Southern Africa

    Jayne, T S, Chapoto, A, 2010 View full text Presentations
  3. Unappreciated facts about staple food markets: the potential for win-win outcomes for governments, farmers, consumers and the private sector

    Jayne, T S, 2010 View full text Presentations
  4. How can the poorest smallholder farmers benefit more from staple food markets?

    Mather, David, Boughton, Duncan, Jayne, T S, Murekezi, Abdoul, Dembele, Nango, 2010 View full text Presentations
  5. Toward the identification of priority investments and strategies for developing food markets and smallholder agriculture

    Ferris, J, Jayne, T, Mason, N, Myers, R, Sitko, N, Boughton, D, Chapoto, A, Mather, D, Lenski, N, 2009 View full text Presentations
  6. Characterisation of impact zones and mandate areas in the N2Africa project

    Rufino, M C, Franke, A C, Farrow, A, N2Africa, 2011 View full text White Paper
  7. Adaptive research in N2Africa impact zones: principles, guidelines and implemented research campaigns

    Baijukya, F, Vanlauwe, B, N2Africa, 2011 View full text White Paper
  8. Identified soyabean, common bean, cowpea and groundnut varieties with high biological nitrogen fixation potential identified in N2Africa impact zones

    Baijukya, F, N2Africa, 2013 View full text White Paper