Dynamic agricultural household bio-economic simulator (DAHBSIM) model description: biosight project technical report
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- Komarek, Adam M. & Drogue, Sophie & Chenoune, Roza & Hawkins, James & Msangi, Siwa & Belhouchette, Hatem & Flichman, Guillermo, 2017.
"Agricultural household effects of fertilizer price changes for smallholder farmers in central Malawi,"
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- Adam M. Komarek & Sophie Drogue & Roza Chenoune & James Hawkins & Siwa Msangi & Hatem Belhouchette & Guillermo Flichman, 2017. "Agricultural household effects of fertilizer price changes for smallholder farmers in central Malawi," Post-Print hal-01519139, HAL.
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Keywordsgender; markets; nutrition; health; dynamic model; environmental control; modèle dynamique; système de production; ménage agricole; productivité; analyse socio-économique; environnement biophysique; marché agricole; protection de l'environnement;
NEP fieldsThis paper has been announced in the following NEP Reports:
- NEP-AGR-2017-04-23 (Agricultural Economics)
- NEP-ALL-2017-04-23 (All new papers)
- NEP-ENV-2017-04-23 (Environmental Economics)
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