His primary areas of investigation include Agricultural economics, Food security, Poverty, Natural resource economics and Land degradation. His Agricultural economics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Production and Welfare. His Production research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Productivity, Food prices and Green Revolution.
His research in Food security intersects with topics in Robustness and Staple food. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Public economics, Investment and Externality. His Natural resource economics research includes themes of Incentive, Livelihood and Environmental resource management.
Agricultural economics, Poverty, Food security, Consumption and Natural resource economics are his primary areas of study. His Agricultural economics research includes elements of Productivity, Production, Agricultural machinery and Welfare. His work in the fields of Rural poverty overlaps with other areas such as Per capita.
His Food security study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Developing country, Agroforestry, Economy and Environmental protection. His Natural resource economics study incorporates themes from Environmental resource management, Land degradation, Livelihood and Land management. His studies deal with areas such as Incentive and Risk management as well as Livelihood.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Agricultural economics, Consumption, Food security, Agricultural productivity and Computable general equilibrium. His research investigates the link between Agricultural economics and topics such as Productivity that cross with problems in Industrial organization. Bekele Shiferaw has included themes like Domestic production, Profitability index and Welfare in his Food security study.
His research integrates issues of Endogeneity and Panel data in his study of Agricultural productivity. Bekele Shiferaw has researched Computable general equilibrium in several fields, including Poverty, Inclusive growth and Natural resource economics. His research on Poverty frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Labour supply.
Bekele Shiferaw mostly deals with Agricultural economics, Food security, Productivity, Profitability index and Domestic production. His Agricultural economics research covers fields of interest such as Limited access, Constraint and Emerging technologies. His work on Food prices and Food systems as part of general Food security study is frequently connected to Consumption and Real income, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
His Productivity research integrates issues from Hybrid seed and Industrial organization.
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Coping better with current climatic variability in the rain-fed farming systems of sub-Saharan Africa: An essential first step in adapting to future climate change?
P.J.M. Cooper;J. Dimes;K.P.C. Rao;B. Shapiro.
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment (2008)
Crops that feed the world 6. Past successes and future challenges to the role played by maize in global food security
Bekele Shiferaw;Boddupalli M. Prasanna;Jonathan Hellin;Marianne Bänziger.
Food Security (2011)
Resource degradation and adoption of land conservation technologies in the Ethiopian Highlands: A case study in Andit Tid, North Shewa
Bekele Shiferaw;Stein T. Holden.
Agricultural Economics (1998)
Agricultural technology, crop income, and poverty alleviation in Uganda
Menale Kassie;Bekele Shiferaw;Geoffrey Muricho.
World Development (2011)
IMPACT OF MODERN AGRICULTURAL TECHNOLOGIES ON SMALLHOLDER WELFARE: EVIDENCE FROM TANZANIA AND ETHIOPIA
Solomon Asfaw;Bekele Shiferaw;Franklin Simtowe;Leslie Lipper.
Food Policy (2012)
Adoption of multiple sustainable agricultural practices in rural Ethiopia
Hailemariam Teklewold;Menale Kassie;Bekele Shiferaw.
Journal of Agricultural Economics (2013)
Adoption of interrelated sustainable agricultural practices in smallholder systems: Evidence from rural Tanzania
Menale Kassie;Moti Jaleta;Bekele Shiferaw;Frank Mmbando.
Technological Forecasting and Social Change (2013)
Adoption of improved wheat varieties and impacts on household food security in Ethiopia
Bekele Shiferaw;Menale Kassie;Moti Jaleta;Chilot Yirga.
Food Policy (2014)
Managing vulnerability to drought and enhancing livelihood resilience in sub-Saharan Africa: Technological, institutional and policy options
Bekele Shiferaw;Kindie Tesfaye;Menale Kassie;Tsedeke Abate.
Weather and climate extremes (2014)
Poverty, market imperfections and time preferences: of relevance for environmental policy?
Stein T. Holden;Bekele Shiferaw;Mette Wik.
Environment and Development Economics (1998)
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