Emerging Structural Maize Deficits in Eastern and Southern Africa: Implications for National Agricultural Strategies
Thomas Jayne () and
Antony Chapoto ()
No 54620, Food Security Collaborative Policy Briefs from Michigan State University, Department of Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics
This note summarizes analysis of trends in net maize exports over the 1960-2005 period and examines whether these trends are being reflected in changing maize price levels in the region. The implications are highlighted of the findings for countries’ agricultural development strategies.
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