This paper analyze the effect of grain marketing policy changes on spatial efficiency of maize and wheat markets in Ethiopia by the use of n extended parity bounds model (EPBM). The results show that the effect of policy changes on spatial market efficiency is not significant statistically in many cases; there is high probability of spatial inefficiency in maize and wheat markets before and after the policy changes.
This short article briefly reviews wheat production trends, regional distribution, the agro ecological environment of wheat production, a historical sketch of wheat research in Ethiopia, and the current wheat research organization
This report describes a GIS-based assessment of the distribution of wheat production in Ethiopia, with emphasis on climate factors limiting the potential wheat area and using mainly agro-climatological characteristics obtained from interpolated climate data contained in the Ethiopian Country Almanac.
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Farmers' Post-Harvest Grain Management Choices under Liquidity Constraints and Impending Risks: implications for achieving food
A short overview of tef and durum wheat, their method of production, economic and nutritional importance in the country. (124kb,15pp)