EfD Kenya is one of the six centers in the EfD initiative. It aims at working in close collaboration with individuals and institutions in the public sector, policy research, and academia both at the local and international level.
Wagura Ndiritu, Simon, Menale Kassie and Bekele shiferaw. 2014. “Are there systematic gender differences in the adoption of sustainable agricultural intensification practices? Evidence from Kenya.” Food Policy 49:1: 117-127.
Slunge, Daniel, Anders Ekbom, Paul Guthiga and Wilfred Nyangena. Bluffstone, Randall and Elizabeth J Z Robinson eds. 2014. “Strategic Environmental and Social Assessment of REDD+ Improve Forest Governance” Forest Tenure Reform in Asia and Africa: Local Control for Improved Livelihoods and Forest Management.
Guthiga, Paul, Wilfred Nyangena, Maurice Juma Ogada and Geophrey Sikei. Bluffstone, Randall and Elizabeth J Z Robinson eds. 2014. “Local Community Participation under Reformed Forest Management in Kenya: Lessons and Policy Implications” Forest Tenure Reform in Asia and Africa: Local Control for Improved Livelihood Forest Management and Carbon Sequestration.
Kassie, Menale, Hailemariam Teklewold, Moti Jaleta, Paswel Marenya and Olaf Erenstein. 2014. “Understanding the adoption of a portfolio of sustainableintensification practices in eastern and southern Africa.” Land Use Policy 42: 400-411.
Bluffstone, Randall and Elizabeth J Z Robinson. 2014. Forest Tenure Reform in Asia and Africa: Local Control for Improved Livelihoods, Forest Management, and Carbon Sequestration Published by Routledge RFF Press.
Khoshroo, A. and Richard Mulwa. Emrouznejad, A. and E. Cabanda eds. 2014. “Improving Energy Efficiency of Walnut Production: A Data Envelopment Analysis Approach” Managing Service Productivity.
Khoshroo, A. and Richard Mulwa. Osman, I.H., A.L. Anouze and A. Emrouznejad eds. 2014. “Non-parametric Estimation of Environmental Efficiency Using Data Envelopment Analysis and Free Disposable Hull” Strategic Measurement and Management Performance using Data Envelopment Analysis: Theory and Applications.
Sterner, Thomas, Yonas Alem, Francisco Alpízar, Cyndi Spindell Berck, Carlos Chávez Rebolledo, Johane Dikgang, Stephen Kirama, Gunnar Köhlin, Jane Kabubo-Mariara, Alemu Mekonnen and Jintao Xu. 2014. “The Environment for Development Initiative: lessons learned in research, academic capacity building and policy intervention to manage resources for sustainable growth.” Environment and Development Economics 19:3: 367-391.
Onjala, Joseph, Simon Wagura Ndiritu and Jesper Stage. 2014. “Risk perception, choice of drinking water and water treatment: evidence from Kenyan towns.” Journal of Water Sanitation and Hygiene for Development 4:2: 268 -280.
MacGregor, James, Asa Nordin and Jesper Stage. 2014. “Strategic alliances in Kenyan smallholder farming.” Business Excellence 8:1: 49-63.
Kassie, Menale, Simon Wagura Ndiritu and Jesper Stage. 2013. “What Determines Gender Inequality in Household Food Security in Kenya? Application of Exogenous Switching Treatment Regression.” World Development 56:1: 153-171.
Kabubo-Mariara, Jane. 2014. “Integrating Market Access and Tenure Security: The role of Institutional Isolation in Crop Productivity in Kenya.” International Journal of Economic Perspectives 8:1: .
Nyangena, Wilfred and Maurice Juma Ogada. 2014. “Impact of Improved Farm Technologies on Yields The Case of Improved Maize Varieties and Inorganic Fertilizer in Kenya.” EfD Discussion Paper Series EfD DP 14-02.
Kabubo-Mariara, Jane, Vincent Linderhoff, Gideon Kruseman and Rosemary Atieno. Van Beukering, P. J. H., E. Papyrakis, J. Bouma and R. Brouwer eds. 2013. “Tenure security and ecosystem service provisioning in Kenya. ” .
Khoshroo, A., Richard Mulwa, A. Emrouznejad and B. Arabi. 2013. “A Non-Parametric Data Envelopment Analysis Approach for Improving Energy Efficiency of Grape Production.” Energy Journal 63: 189-194.
Mulwa, Richard, David Wafula, Margaret Karembu and Michael Waithaka. 2013. “Estimating the Potential Economic Benefits of Adopting Bt Cotton in Selected COMESA Countries.” AgBioForum 16:1: 14-26.
Njiraini, G.W. and Paul Guthiga. 2013. “Are Small-Scale Irrigators Water Use Efficient? Evidence from Lake Naivasha Basin, Kenya.” Environmental Management 52:5: 1192-1201.
Holden, Stein. Otsuka, Keijiro and Klaus Deininger eds. 2013. Land Tenure Reform in Asia and Africa: Assessing Impacts on Poverty and Natural Resource Management Published by Palgrave Macmillan.
Onjala, Joseph, Simon Wagura Ndiritu and Jesper Stage. 2013. “Risk Perception, Choice of Drinking Water, and Water Treatment Evidence from Kenyan Towns.” Environment for Development Discussion Paper Series EfD DP 13-10.
Kabubo-Mariara, Jane. 2013. “Forest-poverty nexus: Exploring the contribution of forests to rural livelihoods in Kenya.” Natural Resources Forum 37:3: 177-188.
Guthiga, Paul. 2012. “Averting biodiversity collapse in tropical forest protected areas.” Nature : .
Wagura Ndiritu, Simon and Wilfred Nyangena. 2011. “Environmental goods collection and children’s schooling: evidence from Kenya.” Regional Environmental Change 11:3: 531-542.
Sterner, Thomas, Editor, "Fuel Taxes and the Poor, The Distributional Effects of Gasoline Taxation and Their Implications for Climate Policy" (2011) Routledge. Published by RFF Press with Environment for Development initiative.
Slunge, Daniel, Anders Ekbom, Paul Guthiga, Wilfred Nyangena and Fernando Loayza. 2011. “Can Strategic Environmental and Social Assessment of REDD+ Improve Forest Governance?” Working papers in Economics - Gothenburg University 493
Guthiga, Paul and Andrew Newsham. 2011. “Meteorologists Meeting Rainmakers:Indigenous Knowledge and Climate Policy Processes in Kenya.” IDS Bulletin 42:3: 104-109.
Bluffstone, Randall A. and Gunnar Köhlin, Editors, "Agricultural Investment and Productivity - Building Sustainability in East Africa" (2011), Routledge. Published by RFF Press.
Wagura Ndiritu, Simon and Wilfred Nyangena. 2010. “Environmental Goods Collection and Children’s Schooling: Evidence from Kenya.” EfD Discussion Paper 10.
World Bank, University of Gothenburg, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and Netherlands Commission for Environmental Assessment, 2011, Strategic Environmental Assessment in Policy and Sector Reform: Conceptual Model and Operationa
Ogada, Maurice Juma, Wilfred Nyangena and Mahmud Yesuf. 2010. “Production risk and farm technology adoption in the rain-fed semi-arid lands of Kenya.” AFJARE 4:2: 159-174.
Ekbom, Anders and Wisdom Akpalu. 2010. “The Bioeconomics of Conservation Agriculture and Soil Carbon Sequestration in Developing Countries.” EfD Discussion Paper 10.
Guthiga, Paul. 2009. “Opportunity costs of conservation: The case of protected area management in the Kakamega Forest, Western Kenya.” EFD policy Brief
Ogada, Maurice Juma, Wilfred Nyangena and Mahmud Yesuf. 2009. “Production Risk and Farm Technology Adoption in Rain-Fed, Semi-Arid Lands of Kenya.” EfD Discussion Paper 09.
Nyangena, Wilfred, 2009 “Realising the true value of ecosystem services” in Mortimore, M. (Ed) “Dryland Opportunities: A new paradigm for people, ecosystems and development” pp. 27-41. IUCN, Gland, Switzerland, IIED, London, UK and UNDP, Ne
Yesuf, Mahmud, Menale Kassie and Gunnar Köhlin. 2009. “Risk Implications of Farm Technology Adoption in the Ethiopian Highlands.” EFD policy Brief
Mutua, M.John, Martin Börjesson,and Thomas Sterner, 2009, "Distributional Effects of Transport Fuel Taxes in Kenya" in Critical Issues in Environmental Taxation,Volume VII.
Yesuf, Mahmud and Randall Bluffstone. 2009. “Poverty, Risk Aversion, and Path Dependence in Low-Income Countries: Experimental Evidence from Ethiopia.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 91:4: 1022-1037.
Guthiga, Paul, John Mburu, Borner Jan and Stephen Wambua,. 2009. “Assessing opportunity costs of conservation: Ingredients for protected area management in the Kakamega Forest, Western Kenya.” Forest Policy and Economics 11:7: 459-467.
Yesuf, Mahmud, Menale Kassie and Gunnar Köhlin. 2009. “Risk Implications of Farm Technology Adoption in the Ethiopian Highlands.” EfD Discussion Paper 09.
Ogada, Maurice Juma. 2009. “The role of production risk in farm technology adoption .” EFD policy Brief
Yesuf, Mahmud, Fredrik Carlsson and Sinafikeh Asrat. 2009. “Farmers' preferences for crop variety traits: Lessons for on-farm conservation and technology adoption ” S-WOPEC 357
Nyangena, Wilfred and Gunnar Köhlin. 2008. “Estimating Returns to Soil and Water Conservation Investments: An Application to Crop Yield in Kenya.” EfD Discussion Paper 08.
Guthiga, Paul, John Mburu and Karin Holm_Mueller. 2008. “Factors Influencing Local Communities’ Satisfaction Levels with Different Forest Management Approaches of Kakamega Forest, Kenya.” Environmental Management 41:5: 696-706.