Commercializing Agriculture in Africa: Social, Economic and Environmental Impacts
September 22-25, 2013
The African Association of Agricultural Economics (AAAE) hosted its fourth triennial conference in Tunisia on September 22-25, 2013. The AAAE conferences bring together over 500 professionals and students in the field of agricultural and applied economics in order to present their research, learn about the latest trends, and dialog with other delegates. The theme for the 2013 conference was, “Commercializing Agriculture in Africa: Social, Economic and Environmental Impacts”.
“Comparative Cost of Maize Production Study in East and Southern Africa“. A collaboration presentation on the results of the ReNAPRI Cost of Production study. Presentation by T.S. Jayne, Michigan State University; Tracy Davis, BFAP at University of Pretoria; Richard Kachule, CARD at Bunda College; Adam Akyoo, Sokoine University; & Raphael Gitau, Tegemeo.
“ReNAPRI“. Presented by Board Member, Emílio Tostão from CEPPAG, University of Eduardo Mondlane. A presentation on ReNAPRI’s structure, goals and objectives, current research and expected outcomes.