Agrekon

Papers
(The TQCC of Agrekon is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
ArticleCitations
The impact of Covid-19 on black farmers in South Africa21
Impacts of interlocked contractual arrangements on dairy farmers’ welfare in Zambia: a robust Bayesian instrumental variable analysis12
Land redistribution in South Africa’s land reform policy: a better way to select beneficiaries11
Foreign direct investment into agriculture: does it crowd-out domestic investment?11
Do oil prices and exchange rates account for agricultural commodity market spillovers? Evidence from the Diebold and Yilmaz Index10
Farm- and community-level factors underlying the profitability of fertiliser usage for Ethiopian smallholder farmers10
Factors influencing farmers’ dis-adoption and retention decisions for biofortified crops: the case of orange-fleshed sweetpotato in Mozambique8
Does the use of multiple agricultural technologies affect household welfare? Evidence from Northern Ghana8
Economics of Agricultural Development: World Food Systems and Resource Use,7
Welfare effects of small-scale farmers' participation in apple and mango value chains in Ethiopia7
Speed of adoption of intensive agricultural practices in Rwanda: A duration analysis7
Can digital solutions transform agri-food systems in Africa?7
Determinants of individual social capital in dairy cooperatives in West Shoa, Ethiopia6
A sector-wide review of the COVID-19 impact on the South African agricultural sector during 2020–216
Covid-19 and the South African wine industry6
The poverty impacts of improved soybean technologies in Malawi6
Towards a viable farm size – determining a viable household income for emerging farmers in South Africa's Land Redistribution Programme: an income aspiration approach5
Smallholder farmers’ willingness to pay for access to agricultural market information in Tanzania5
Price attributes of Döhne Merino wool in South Africa5
Measuring the financial efficiency of agricultural cooperatives in South Africa: an application of the Simar–Wilson methodology5
Do youth farmers benefit from participating in contract farming? Evidence from French beans youth farmers in Arusha, Tanzania4
Selling at the farmgate? Role of liquidity constraints and implications for agricultural productivity4
Productive efficiency and farm size in East Africa4
Price transmission in (de)regulated agricultural markets4
Agronomic and socio-economic assessment of the introduction of a rice-based mixed cropping system to the Cuvelai seasonal wetland system in northern Namibia4
Hotspots of vulnerability and disruption in food value chains during COVID-19 in South Africa: industry- and firm-level “pivoting” in response4
Household assets and food security in and around medium-sized towns: some insights from Morogoro and Iringa, Tanzania4
Perceived changes in food security, finances and revenue of rural and urban households during COVID-19 pandemic in Nigeria4
Efficiency of a mixed farming system in a marginal winter rainfall area of the Overberg, South Africa, with implications for thinking about sustainability4
Analysis of intra-region market integration and spatial price transmission in groundnut markets in Malawi4
Total factor productivity growth in livestock production in Botswana: what is the role of scale and mix efficiency change in beef production?4
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