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Chalmers Mulwa and Martine Visser, Farm Diversification as an Adaptation Strategy to Climatic Shocks and Implications for Food Security in Northern Namibia, EfD Discussion Paper Series 20-01
Rowan P. Clarke and Martine Visser, The Short-Run Subsidies, Take-Up, and Long-Run Demand for Off-Grid Solar for the Poor: Evidence from Large-Scale Randomized Trials in Rwanda, EfD Discussion Paper Series 19-26
Chalmers Mulwa, Martine Visser and Zachary Gitonga, Weather Uncertainty and Demand for Information in Agricultural Technology Adoption: The Case of Namibia, EfD Discussion Paper Series 19-25
Rebecca A. Klege and Martine Visser, Competition and Gender in the Lab vs. Field: Experiments with Off-Grid Renewable Energy Entrepreneurs in Rural Rwanda, EfD Discussion Paper Series 19-24
Genius Murwirapachena* and Johane Dikgang, The Link Between Response Time and Choices in Choice Experiments, EfD Discussion Paper Series 19-23
Zafeer Ravat, Jugal Mahabir and Johane Dikgang, Charging for Plastic Bags as an Effective Nudging Policy, EfD Discussion Paper Series 19-22
Sundstrom, Aksel, Amanda Linell, Herbert Ntuli, Martin Sjostedt and Meredith L. Gore. 2019. “Gender differences in poaching attitudes: Insights from communities in Mozambique, South Africa, and Zimbabwe living near the great Limpopo” Conservation Letters 12:6
Kerri Brick, Samantha DeMartino & Martine Visser. (2019) Behavioural Nudges for Water Conservation in Unequal Settings. Experimental Evidence from Cape Town. EfD Discussion Paper Series DP 19-19.
Pfaff, Maya C., Renae C. Logston, Serge J. P. N. Raemaekers, Juliet C. Hermes, Laura K. Blamey, Hayley C. Cawthra, Darryl R. Colenbrander, Robert J. M. Crawford, Elizabeth Day, Nicole du Plessis, Simon H. Elwen, Sarah E. Fawcett, Mark R. Jury, Natasha Karenyi, Sven E. Kerwath, Alison A. Kock, Marjolaine Krug, Stephen J. Lamberth, Aaniyah Omardien, Grant C. Pitcher, Christo Rautenbach, Tamara B. Robinson, Mathieu Rouault, Peter G. Ryan, Frank A. Shillington, Merle Sowman, Conrad C. Sparks, Jane Turpie, Lara van Niekerk, Howard N. Waldron, Eleanor M. Yeld and Stephen P. Kirkman. 2019. “A synthesis of three decades of socio-ecological change in False Bay, South Africa: setting the scene for multidisciplinary research and management.” Elementa : .
Martine Visser, M.J. Booysen, Johanna M. Brühl & Kenneth J. Berger. Saving Water at Cape Town Schools by using Smart Metering and Behavioural Change. EfD Discussion Paper Series DP 19-18.
Herbert Ntuli, Edwin Muchapondwa, Sverker C. Jagers, Amanda Linell & Martin Sjöstedt. Factors Influencing People’s Perceptions Towards Conservation of Transboundary Wildlife Resources. EfD Discussion Paper Series DP 19-12
Herbert Ntuli, Boscow Odhiambo Okuma & Edwin Muchapondwa. (2019). Can Local Communities Afford Full Control Over Wildlife Conservation? EfD Discussion Paper Series. EFD DP 19-03.
2018, Rebecca Afua Klege, Martine Visser , Saugato Datta and Matthew Darling, The power of nudging: Using feedback, competition and responsibility assignment to save electricity in a non-residential setting, EfD Discussion Paper Series 18-19
Muchapondwa, Edwin, Jesper Stage, Eric Mungatana and Pushpam Kumar . 2018. “Lessons from Applying Market-Based Incentives in Watershed Management.” Water Economics and Policy 4:3: .
Joubert, Leonie. 2018. “EfD Stories South Africa- 2017”
Amuakwa-Mensah, F, Rebecca Klege, P.K Adom, E Hagan and A Amoah. 2018. “Unveiling the Energy Saving Role of Banking Performance in Sub-Sahara Africa.” Energy Economics 74: 828-842.
Muchapondwa, Edwin. 2017. “The impact of microhydroelectricity on household welfare indicators.” Energy Efficiency 11: 663-681.
De Risi, Raffaele, Francesco De Paola, Jane Turpie and Timm Kroeger. 2018. “Life Cycle Cost and Return on Investment as complementary decision variables for urban flood risk management in developing countries.” International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 28: 88-106.
Visser, Martine. 2017. “Risk Preferences and the Poverty Trap: A Look at Farm Technology Uptake amongst Smallholder Farmers in the Matzikama Municipality.” EfD Discussion Paper Series 17-14.
Turpie, Jane, Katherine Forsythe, A. Knowles, J. Blignaut and G. Letley. 2017. “Mapping and valuation of South Africa's ecosystem services: A local perspective.” Ecosystem Services :27: 179-192.
Muchapondwa, Edwin. 2017. “Determinants of Successful Collective Management of Forest Resources: Evidence from Kenyan Community Forest Associations.” EfD Discussion Paper Series 17-11.
Ayuk, Elias and Rebecca Klege. 2017. “Extractive resources, global volatility and Africa's growth prospects.” J. OF SUST. DEV. LAW & POLICY 8: 259-287.
Muchapondwa, Edwin. 2017. “A bioeconomic analysis of community wildlife conservation in Zimbabwe.” Journal for Nature Conservation 37: 106-121.
Mulwa, Chalmers, Paswel Marenya, Dil Bahadur Rahut and Menale Kassie. 2017. “Response to climate risks among smallholder farmers in Malawi: A multivariate probit assessment of the role of information, household demographics, and farm characteristics” Climate Risk Management
Kerley, Graham I.H., Kevin G. Behrens, Jane Carruthers, Marius Diemont, Jurie du Plessis, Liaan Minnie, Philip R.K. Richardson, Michael J. Somers, Craig J. Tambling, Jane Turpie, Hermias N. van Niekerk and Dave Balfour. 2017. “Livestock predation in South Africa: The need for and value of a scientific assessment” South African Journal of Science 113:3/4
Black, David and Jane Turpie. 2016. “Evaluating the cost-effectiveness of ecosystem-based adaptation: Kamiesberg wetlands case study.” SAJEMS Asset research 19:5: 702-713.
Dikgang, Johane and Edwin Muchapondwa. 2016. “Local communities’ valuation of environmental amenities around the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park in Southern Africa.” Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy 6:2: 168-182.
Dikgang, Johane and Edwin Muchapondwa. 2016. “The determination of park fees in support of benefit sharing in Southern Africa.” Tourism Economics : .
Tibesigwa, Byela and Martine Visser. 2016. “Assessing Gender Inequality in Food Security amongst Small-holder Farm Households in urban and rural South Africa.” World Development 88: 33-49.
Akpalu, Wisdom, Babatunde Abidoye, Edwin Muchapondwa and Witness Simbanegavi. 2016. “Public disclosure for carbon abatement: African decision-makers in a PROPER public good experiment.” Climate and Development : 1-11.
Muchapondwa, Edwin, Daniel Nielson, Bradley Parks, Austin Strange and Michael Tierney. 2016. “‘Ground-Truthing’ Chinese Development Finance in Africa: Field Evidence from South Africa and Uganda” The Journal of Development Studies
Tibesigwa, Byela and Martine Visser. 2016. “Small-holder Farming, Food Security and Climate Change in South Africa: Male-Female and Urban-Rural Differences.” EfD Discussion Paper Series 16-07.
Muchapondwa, Edwin and Jesper Stage. 2015. “Whereto with institutions and governance challenges in African wildlife conservation?.” Environmental Research Letters 10, Number 9: .
Tibesigwa, Byela, Martine Visser and Jane Turpie. 2016. “Climate change and South Africa’s commercial farms: an assessment of impacts on specialised horticulture, crop, livestock and mixed farming systems.” Environement Development Sustainablity : 1-30.
Gelo, Dambala, Edwin Muchapondwa and Steven Koch. 2015. “Decentralization, market integration and efficiency-equity trade-offs: Evidence from Joint Forest Management in Ethiopian villages.” Journal of Forest Economics 22: 1-23.
Turpie, Jane, Jeremy Goss and Katherine Forsythe. 2015. “Factors Determining the Spatial Distribution of Shore Anglers in South Africa.” 15-32.
Muchapondwa, Edwin. 2015. “Managing Zimbabwe’s Wildlife A Comparison of Community and Private Conservation Approaches” EfD Research Brief
Turpie, Jane. 2015. “Why Anglers Fish Where They Do Knowing South Africa’s Preferred Fishing Spots Can Help Manage Fish Stocks” EfD Research Brief
Turpie, Jane. 2015. “Economic Value of the Cape’s Beautiful Coast: A Study of the ‘Amenity’ Value of the Kogelberg, in South Africa” EfD Research Brief
Muchapondwa, Edwin. 2015. “A Bioeconomic Analysis of Community Wildlife Conservation in Zimbabwe.” EfD Discussion Paper Series 15-28.
Gelo Kutela, Dambala and Edwin Muchapondwa. 2015. “Decentralization, Market Integration, and Efficiency-Equity Trade-Offs: Evidence from Joint Forest Management in Ethiopian Villages.” EfD Discussion Paper Series 15-25.
Muchapondwa, Edwin. 2015. “The Role of Institutions in Community Wildlife Conservation in Zimbabwe.” EfD Discussion Paper Series 15-23.
. 2015. “Wildlife: An Income Stream for Rural Zimbabweans”
Tibesigwa, Byela and Martine Visser. 2015. “Multiple and Concurrent Sex Partnerships and Social Norms: Young Adults’ Sexual Relationships in the Metropolitan Communities of Cape Town, South Africa.” Sexuality Research and Social Policy : 1-16.
Tibesigwa, Byela, Martine Visser, Mark Collinson and Wayne Twine. 2015. “Investigating the sensitivity of household food security to agriculture-related shocks and the implication of social and natural capital.” Sustainability Science : 1-22.
Muchapondwa, Edwin. 2015. “Effects of Wildlife Resources on Community Welfare: Income, Poverty and Inequality.” 15-21.
Tibesigwa, Byela, Martine Visser, Mark Collinson and Wayne Twine. 2015. “Gender Differences in Climate Change Risk, Food Security, and Adaptation: A Study of Rural Households’ Reliance on Agriculture and Natural Resources to Sustain Livelihoods.” EfD Discussion Paper Series 15-20.
Tibesigwa, Byela and Martine Visser. 2015. “Small-scale Subsistence Farming, Food Security, Climate Change and Adaptation in South Africa: Male-Female Headed Households and Urban-Rural Nexus” ERSA working paper 527
Tibesigwa, Byela, Martine Visser and Brennan Hodkinson. 2015. “Effects of Objective and Subjective Income Comparisons on Subjective Wellbeing.” Social Indicators Research : .