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Book Chapters

Tschirley, D., Poulton, Colin and Boughton, Duncan (2008) 'The Many Paths of Cotton Sector Reform in East and Southern Africa: Lessons from a Decade of Experience.' In: Moseley, W.G. and Gray, Leslie, (eds.), Hanging by a Thread: Cotton, Globalization and Poverty in Africa. Uppsala: Nordic Africa Institute / Ohio University Press, pp. 123-158.

Journal Article

Tschirley, D., Poulton, Colin, Gergely, N., Labaste, P., Baffes, J., Boughton, Duncan and Estur, G. (2010) 'Institutional Diversity and Performance in African Cotton Systems.' Development Policy Review, 28 (3). pp. 295-323.

Monographs and Working Papers

Kelly, Valerie, Boughton, Duncan and Lenski, Natalie (2010) Malawi Agricultural Inputs Subsidy Program Evaluation of the 2007/08 and 2008/09: Input Supply Sector Analysis. Michigan State University. (Unpublished)

Dorward, Andrew, Chirwa, Ephraim, Slater, Rachel, Jayne, Thom, Boughton, Duncan and Valerie, Kelly (2008) Evaluation of the 2006/7 Agricultural Input Subsidy Programme, Malawi. Final Report.

Dorward, Andrew, Chirwa, Ephraim, Jayne, Thom, Boughton, Duncan, Kelly, Valerie, Slater, Rachel and Tsoka, Maxton (2007) Evaluation of the 2006/7 Agricultural Input Supply Programme, Malawi: Interim Report. London: Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College London.

Other

Chirwa, Ephraim, Kelly, Valerie, Boughton, Duncan and Lenski, Natalie (2010) 'Malawi Agricultural Input Subsidy Program: Evaluation of the 2007/08 and 2008/9 Input Supply Sector Analysis.' Policy Brief (2).

Dorward, Andrew, Chirwa, Ephraim, Boughton, Duncan, Crawford, Eric, Jayne, Thom, Slater, Rachel, Kelly, Valerie and Tsoka, Maxton (2008) 'Towards ‘smart’ subsidies in agriculture? Lessons in recent experience in Malawi.' Natural resources Perspectives (116).

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