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- 30: Traditional leadership and social support in Southern Malawi
- Amy Margolies, Noora-Lisa Aberman and Aulo Gelli
- 29: The case for structured markets in Malawi
- Anderson Gondwe and Bob Baulch
- 28: Priorities for irrigation investment in Malawi
- Chiyembekezo Chafuwa
- 27: Localized public investment and agricultural performance in Malawi: Synopsis
- Chance Mwabutwa
- 26: Under what policy and market conditions will Malawi’s smallholder farmers switch from tobacco to soyabean?
- Michael E. Johnson, Brent Edelman and Cynthia Kazembe
- 25: Are Malawi’s maize and soya trade restrictions causing more harm than good? A summary of evidence and practical alternatives
- Brent Edelman and Bob Baulch
- 24: Have market policies turned Malawi’s large-scale farmers into subsistence maize producers?
- Brent Edelman, Athur Mabiso, Zephania Nyirenda and Cynthia Kazembe
- 23: The national extension policy of Malawi – lessons from implementation
- Catherine Ragasa, John Mazunda and Mariam Kadzamira
- 22: Is Malawi’s mix of maize market policies ultimately harming food security?
- Karl Pauw and Brent Edelman
- 21: Promoting exports of low-aflatoxin groundnut from Malawi
- Brent Edelman and Noora-Lisa Aberman
- 20: Synopsis: Challenges to soya export promotion: An institutional analysis of trade policy in Malawi
- Noora-Lisa Aberman and Brent Edelman
- 19: The challenge of Africa’s nitrogen drought: Some indicators from the Malawian experience
- Stephen Carr
- 18: Malawi's farm input subsidy program: Where do we go from here?
- Karl Pauw and James Thurlow
- 17: Budget allocation, maize yield performance, and food security outcomes under Malawi’s farm input subsidy programme
- John Mazunda
- 16: Resettlement and food security
- Valerie Mueller
- 15: How best to target agricultural subsidies? The case for an indicator-based targeting system in Malawi
- Nazaire Houssou and Klaus Droppelmann
- 14: Tracking the Performance of the Malawi Agricultural Sector: 2010/11 to 2011/12
- By Malawi’s Agricultural Sector Wide Approach Technical Working Group On Monitoring And Evaluation (ASWAP TWG On M& and E)
- 13: Who Talks to Whom? An Analysis of Information Flows in Malawi’s Agricultural Research Network
- Jason Yauney, Paul Howard Thangata, Klaus Droppelmann and Mariam ATJ Mapila
- 12: Research Capacity for Operationalization of the Malawi Agricultural Sector Wide Approach (ASWAp)
- Mariam ATJ Mapila, Jason Yauney, Klaus Droppelmann and Paul Howard Thangata
- 11: Maize consumption estimation and dietary diversity assessment methods in Malawi
- John Mazunda and Klaus Droppelmann
- 10: Trade Integration in Sub-Saharan Africa: Lessons for Malawian Trade Policy
- Mathilde Douillet and Karl Pauw
- 9: Poverty in Malawi: Current status and knowledge gaps
- Richard Mussa and Karl Pauw
- 8: Agricultural growth, poverty, and nutrition linkages in Malawi
- Karl Pauw, Olivier Ecker and John Mazunda
- 7: Could low adoption of modern maize varieties in Malawi be explained by farmers’ interest in diverse seed characteristics?
- Monica Fisher and John Mazunda
- 6: Weather insurance for smallholder tobacco farmers in Malawi
- Mwiriha Kapondamgaga and Monica Fisher
- 5: The impacts of agricultural input subsidies in Malawi
- Christopher Chibwana and Monica Fisher
- 4: The determinants of food insecurity in rural Malawi: Implications for agricultural policy
- Tsitsi Makombe, Paul Lewin and Monica Fisher
- 3: Analyzing the nutritional impact of policies in Malawi
- Edwards Stone, Monica Fisher and Olivier Ecker
- 2: Economic losses and poverty effects of droughts and floods in Malawi
- Karl Pauw and James Thurlow
- 1: Agricultural growth and investment options for poverty reduction in Malawi
- Jeffrey J. Reimer and Monica Fisher