Miet Maertens spends much of her time researching Poverty, Supply chain, Agricultural economics, Developing country and Agriculture. The study incorporates disciplines such as Development economics, Welfare and Food systems in addition to Poverty. Miet Maertens focuses mostly in the field of Development economics, narrowing it down to matters related to Trade barrier and, in some cases, Contract farming and Extreme poverty.
Her work carried out in the field of Supply chain brings together such families of science as Quality and Globalization. Her Developing country research includes elements of Production and Labour economics. Her Agriculture research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Technical change and Revenue.
Her primary areas of investigation include Agriculture, Developing country, Agricultural economics, Supply chain and Poverty. Her studies in Agriculture integrate themes in fields like Agroforestry and Natural resource economics. Her Developing country research includes themes of Agribusiness, Wage and International economics.
Her Agricultural economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Agricultural extension, Production and Productivity. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Quality, Private sector, Value, International trade and Contract farming. Her Poverty study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Development economics and Welfare.
Miet Maertens focuses on Agriculture, Developing country, Agricultural economics, Sustainability and Welfare. Her Agriculture research integrates issues from Incentive, Natural resource economics, Public economics and Productivity. Miet Maertens has researched Developing country in several fields, including Quality, Poverty reduction, Wage and Socioeconomics.
Miet Maertens interconnects Production, Market price, Price elasticity of demand and Food security in the investigation of issues within Agricultural economics. When carried out as part of a general Production research project, her work on Contract farming is frequently linked to work in Profitability index, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. Miet Maertens combines subjects such as Poverty and Demographic economics with her study of Welfare.
Her primary areas of study are Production, Certification, Agriculture, Developing country and Poverty. Her biological study deals with issues like Staple food, which deal with fields such as Agricultural extension, Yield gap, Commodity and Supply chain. Her Agriculture research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Economies of scale and Industrial organization.
Her Developing country study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Quality, Wage and Agricultural economics. In her study, Market price and Commercialization is inextricably linked to Contract farming, which falls within the broad field of Agricultural economics. Her research on Poverty often connects related areas such as Development economics.
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Trade, Standards, and Poverty: Evidence from Senegal
Miet Maertens;Johan F.M. Swinnen.
World Development (2009)
Tradeoffs between income, biodiversity, and ecosystem functioning during tropical rainforest conversion and agroforestry intensification
Ingolf Steffan-Dewenter;Michael Kessler;Jan Barkmann;Merijn M. Bos.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2007)
Globalization, privatization, and vertical coordination in food value chains in developing and transition countries
Johan F. M. Swinnen;Miet Maertens.
Agricultural Economics (2007)
Globalization and poverty in Senegal: a worst case scenario?
Miet Maertens;Liesbeth Colen;Johan F. M. Swinnen.
European Review of Agricultural Economics (2011)
Modern Food Supply Chains and Development: Evidence from Horticulture Export Sectors in Sub-Saharan Africa
Miet Maertens;Bart Minten;Johan Swinnen.
Development Policy Review (2012)
Non-Tariff Measures and Standards in Trade and Global Value Chains
John C Beghin;Miet Maertens;Johan Swinnen.
Research Papers in Economics (2015)
Can agricultural cooperatives reduce poverty? Heterogeneous impact of cooperative membership on farmers’ welfare in Rwanda
Ellen Verhofstadt;Miet Maertens.
Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy (2015)
Understanding the Process of Agricultural Technology Adoption: Mineral Fertilizer in Eastern DR Congo
Isabel Lambrecht;Bernard Vanlauwe;Roel Merckx;Miet Maertens.
World Development (2014)
Smallholder cooperatives and agricultural performance in Rwanda: do organizational differences matter?
Ellen Verhofstadt;Miet Maertens.
Agricultural Economics (2014)
Private Standards, Trade and Poverty: GlobalGAP and Horticultural Employment in Senegal
Liesbeth Colen;Miet Maertens;Johan Swinnen.
The World Economy (2012)
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