Impact Briefs

Impact Brief, 4: Economic impact of CRSP’s investment in the development and dissemination of improved cowpea varietal technology: New evidence from Senegal

English Version; French Version

This brief is based on the Plan B thesis by Benjamin Magen entitled

An Ex Post Economic Impact Assessment of Bean/Cowpea CRSP Investment on Varietal Development in Senegal

    . The USAID-funded Dry Grain Pulses CRSP provided financial support for this research under the terms of Cooperative Agreement No. EDH-A-00-07-00005-00.

Impact Brief, 3: Farmers in West and Central Africa Obtain Economic Benefits from Enhanced Cowpea Storage Technologies

English version; French version

This brief is based on the study by B. Moussa, J. Lowenberg-Deboer, J. Fulton, and K. Boys (2011) entitled “The economic impact of cowpea research in West and Central Africa: A regional impact assessment of improved cowpea storage technologies,” Journal of Stored Products Research 47:147-156. The US Agency for International Development provided financial support for this research under Grant No. CR-9084-425215 entitled “Economic Impact of Cowpea Storage Technology in Senegal,” and Grant No. GDG-G-00-02-00012-00 (Bean/Cowpea CRSP).

Impact Brief, 2: Sustaining a Steady Flow of High Yielding, Improved Bean Varieties Through the Bean Research Network in Central America

English version; Spanish version*

This brief is based on the Ph.D. dissertation by Byron Reyes, The Economic Impact of Improved Bean Varieties and Determinants of Market Participation: Evidence from Latin America and Angola. Specifically, it draws from the essay “The Economic Impact of Improved Bean Varieties in Latin America: A Surplus Analysis.” The USAID-funded Dry Grain Pulses CRSP provided financial support for this research under the terms of Cooperative Agreement No. EDH-A-00-07-00005-00.

Impact Brief, 1:  Improved Bean Varieties in Central America and Ecuador Generate Economic Benefits to Farmers

 English version; Spanish version

This brief is based on the Ph.D. dissertation by Byron Reyes, The Economic Impact of Improved Bean Varieties and Determinants of Market Participation: Evidence from Latin America and Angola. Specifically, it draws from the essay “The Economic Impact of Improved Bean Varieties in Latin America: A Surplus Analysis.” The USAID-funded Dry Grain Pulses CRSP provided financial support for this research under the terms of Cooperative Agreement No. EDH-A-00-07-00005-00.

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