His research on Agriculture is centered around Soil conservation and Agricultural development. His Agricultural development study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Archaeology. He frequently studies issues relating to Soil conservation and Archaeology. Econometrics connects with themes related to Heteroscedasticity and Econometric model in his study. John Pender is researching Politics as part of the investigation of Investment (military) and Collective action. His Investment (military) study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Politics. His work on Market economy is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Incentive and Decentralization. His studies link Market economy with Incentive. His study connects Collective action and Law.
In most of his Economic growth studies, his work intersects topics such as Productivity and Poverty. John Pender combines Productivity and Agriculture in his research. John Pender integrates Agriculture with Soil conservation in his research. John Pender undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Poverty and Economic growth in his work. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Agricultural productivity and Archaeology. In his works, John Pender performs multidisciplinary study on Agricultural economics and Agricultural science. John Pender integrates Agricultural science and Agricultural economics in his studies. In his works, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on Ecology and Sustainability. John Pender integrates Sustainability with Ecology in his research.
Borrowing concepts from Conceptual framework, John Pender weaves in ideas under Social science. In his works, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on Conceptual framework and Social science. John Pender conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Agriculture and Archaeology. His Archaeology study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Rural development. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Agriculture and Rural development. John Pender applies his multidisciplinary studies on Economic growth and Sustainable development in his research. Borrowing concepts from Economic growth, John Pender weaves in ideas under Sustainable development. As part of his studies on Finance, he often connects relevant subjects like Transaction cost. His Transaction cost study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Finance.
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Discount rates and credit markets" Theory and evidence from rural india
John L. Pender.
Journal of Development Economics (1996)
The role of trees for sustainable management of less-favored lands: the case of eucalyptus in Ethiopia
Pamela Jagger;John L. Pender.
Forest Policy and Economics (2003)
Non-farm income, household welfare, and sustainable land management in a less-favoured area in the Ethiopian highlands
Stein Holden;Bekele Shiferaw;John Pender.
Food Policy (2004)
Strategies for Sustainable Agricultural Development in the Ethiopian Highlands
John L. Pender;John L. Pender;Berhanu Gebremedhin;Samuel Benin;Simeon K. Ehui.
American Journal of Agricultural Economics (2001)
Precautionary Saving, Credit Constraints, and Irreversible Investment: Theory and Evidence From Serniarid India
Marcel Fafchamps;John Pender.
Journal of Business & Economic Statistics (1997)
Determinants of Agricultural and Land Management Practices and Impacts on Crop Production and Household Income in the Highlands of Tigray, Ethiopia
John Pender;Berhanu Gebremedhin.
Journal of African Economies (2007)
Determinants of farmers' indigenous soil and water conservation investments in semi -arid India
John L. Pender;John M. Kerr.
Agricultural Economics (1998)
From Best Practice to Best Fit: A Framework for Designing and Analyzing Pluralistic Agricultural Advisory Services Worldwide
Regina Birner;Kristin E. Davis;John L. Pender;Ephraim M. Nkonya.
The Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension (2009)
Policies for sustainable development in the hillside areas of Honduras: a quantitative livelihoods approach
Hans G. P. Jansen;John Pender;Amy Damon;Willem Wielemaker.
Agricultural Economics (2006)
STRATEGIES TO INCREASE AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY AND REDUCE LAND DEGRADATION: EVIDENCE FROM UGANDA
John L. Pender;Ephraim M. Nkonya;Pamela Jagger;Dick Sserunkuuma.
Agricultural Economics (2004)
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