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Nicole M. Mason
Nicole M. Mason
Associate Professor, Michigan State University
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Taking stock of Africa’s second-generation agricultural input subsidy programs
TS Jayne, NM Mason, WJ Burke, J Ariga
Food policy 75, 1-14, 2018
3092018
Zambia’s input subsidy programs
NM Mason, TS Jayne, R Mofya-Mukuka
Presentation, 2013
2062013
How do fertilizer subsidy programs affect total fertilizer use in sub‐Saharan Africa? Crowding out, diversion, and benefit/cost assessments
TS Jayne, D Mather, N Mason, J Ricker‐Gilbert
Agricultural economics 44 (6), 687-703, 2013
2002013
Disrupting demand for commercial seed: Input subsidies in Malawi and Zambia
NM Mason, J Ricker-Gilbert
World Development 45, 75-91, 2013
1992013
Impacts of subsidized hybrid seed on indicators of economic well‐being among smallholder maize growers in Zambia
NM Mason, M Smale
Agricultural Economics 44 (6), 659-670, 2013
1532013
Patterns and trends in food staples markets in Eastern and Southern Africa: Toward the identification of priority investments and strategies for developing markets and …
TS Jayne, NM Mason, RJ Myers, JN Ferris, D Mather, M Beaver, N Lenski, ...
International Development Working Paper, 2010
1412010
Fertilizer Subsidies and Smallholder Commercial Fertilizer Purchases: Crowding Out, Leakage, and Policy Implications for Zambia
NM Mason, TS Jayne
Indaba Agricultural Policy Research Institute Working Paper, 2012
1402012
The Effects of the Food Reserve Agency on Maize Market Prices in Zambia
NM Mason, RJ Myers
Food Security Research Project Policy Synthesis, 2011
1322011
What are the Effects of Input Subsidies on Maize Prices? Evidence from Malawi and Zambia
J Ricker-Gilbert, NM Mason, F Darko, TS Jayne, S Tembo
Food Security Collaborative Working Papers, 2013
123*2013
Hybrid seed and the economic well-being of smallholder maize farmers in Zambia
M Smale, N Mason
Journal of Development Studies 50 (5), 680-695, 2014
982014
The political economy of fertilizer subsidy programs in Africa: Evidence from Zambia
NM Mason, TS Jayne, N Van De Walle
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 99 (3), 705-731, 2017
822017
Africa's rising demand for wheat: trends, drivers, and policy implications
NM Mason, TS Jayne, B Shiferaw
Development Policy Review 33 (5), 581-613, 2015
662015
The Effects of Kenya's ‘Smarter’Input Subsidy Programme on Smallholder Behaviour and Incomes: Do Different Quasi‐Experimental Approaches Lead to the Same Conclusions?
NM Mason, A Wineman, L Kirimi, D Mather
Journal of Agricultural Economics 68 (1), 45-69, 2017
652017
Putting the 2007/2008 global food crisis in longer-term perspective: Trends in staple food affordability in urban Zambia and Kenya
NM Mason, TS Jayne, A Chapoto, C Donovan
Food Policy 36 (3), 350-367, 2011
642011
Weather extremes and household welfare in rural Kenya
A Wineman, NM Mason, J Ochieng, L Kirimi
Food security 9 (2), 281-300, 2017
622017
Widows’ land security in the era of HIV/AIDS: Panel survey evidence from Zambia
A Chapoto, TS Jayne, NM Mason
Economic Development and Cultural Change 59 (3), 511-547, 2011
622011
Does smallholder maize intensification reduce deforestation? Evidence from Zambia
J Pelletier, H Ngoma, NM Mason, CB Barrett
Global Environmental Change 63, 102127, 2020
592020
Mountains of Maize, Persistent Poverty
TS Jayne, NM Mason, WJ Burke, AM Shipekesa, A Chapoto, C Kabaghe
Food Security Research Project Policy Synthesis, 2011
562011
Does minimum tillage with planting basins or ripping raise maize yields? Meso-panel data evidence from Zambia
H Ngoma, NM Mason, NJ Sitko
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 212, 21-29, 2015
552015
Staple food consumption patterns in urban Zambia: Results from the 2007/2008 Urban Consumption Survey
NM Mason, TS Jayne
Food Security Research Project Working Paper, 2011
512011
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