The gender and geography of rural off-farm employment and input intensification in five sub-Saharan African countries
Fred Mawunyo Dzanku
Food Policy, 2018, vol. 75, issue C, 37-51
•The association between off-farm employment and agricultural intensification.•There are no gender gaps in intensification arising from off-farm employment.•We find “within gender” intensification gaps due to off-farm employment.•Effect of off-farm employment on intensification depends on off-farm income type.•Promoting off-farm employment could enhance intensification in some regions.
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