Country Reports and Working Papers
The african food crisis:
Göran Djurfeldt, Hans Holmén, Magnus Jirström and Rolf Larsson (eds.) (2005): The African Food Crisis: Lessons from the Asian Green Revolution. London: CABI.
New Reports on Mozambique:
Peter E. Couglin (2006): Agricultural Intensification in Mozambique Infrastructure, Policy and Institutional Framework - When Do Problems Signal Opportunities? EconPolicy Research Group, Maputo, sponsored by Sida.
Paulo N. Mole (2006): Smallholder Agricultural Intensification in Africa. EconPolicy Research Group, Maputo, sponsored by Sida.
Papers by the Swedish team:
Hans Holmén (2004):Food Systems and Biodiversity in Africa, Currents, Current Issues in International Rural Development, published by Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences,No. 35, (submitted).
Hans Holmén (2004): Why no Green Revolution in Africa? Currents, Current Issues in International Rural Development, published by Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, 34, August, p. 12-16
Hans Holmén (2003): Reflections on Natural Preconditions for a Green Revolution in Africa. Geografiska meddelanden Nr 14, The Tema Institute, Dept. for Geography, Linköping University.
Hans Holmén (2003): A Green Revolution for Africa — Does it need to be so controversial?, ICER Working Paper No. 4/2003, International Centre for Economic Research, Turin.
Rolf Larsson, Hans Holmén & Mikael Hammarskjöld Agsricultural Development in Sub-Saharan Africa (Afrint Working Paper No. 1) 48 pages ISBN 9172671335
Göran Djurfeldt & Magnus Jirström Asian Models of Agricultural Development and their Relevance to Afrika (Afrint Working Paper No. 2) 47 pages ISBN 9172671378
Macro reports, country case studies, survey questionnaire:
Micro reports, country case studies:
(included as chapter 2 in macro report)
African smallholders: Food crops, markets and technology, edited by Göran Djurfeldt, Ernest Aryeetey and Aida Isinika. CABI, forthcoming 2010.
Wolday Amha, Mulat Demeke, et al. (2009). Production, Marketing and Credit Behavior of Smallholder Farmers in Ethiopia (Draft Report). Afrint II micro-level reports. Addis Ababa, Association of Ethiopian Micro-Finance Institutions (AEMFI).
Karugia, J. T. and S. K. Wambugu (2009). The Millenium Development Goals and the African food crisis: A meso and micro level analysis of drivers of agricultural intensification of food staples in Kenya. Afrint II micro-studies. Nairobi, Nairobi University, Kenyatta University.
Haantuba, H. (2009). Afrint II The Millenium Development Goals and the African food crisis. Zero draft micro report. Afrint II micro-level studies, Insitute of Economic and Social Research, University of Zambia.
Dzanku, Fred M and Daniel B. Sarpong (2014): Household–Level Farm–Nonfarm Linkages and Household Welfare Implications in Ghana
Wambugu, Stephen K. and Joseph T. Karugia (2015): Poverty effects of straddling: rural income diversification in Nyeri and Kakamega Counties, Kenya
Peter M. Mvula and Wapulumuka Mulwafu (2015) Possibilities and challenges for gender neutral pro-poor agricultural growth in Malawi
Msuya, Elibariki E. and Aida C. Isinika (2016) Africa In Transition - Tanzania Micro Study
Isinika, Aida C. and Elibarik E. Msuya (2016) Afrint III Macro Study, Tanzania - Gender and Inclusion