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Daniel Kyalo Willy

Dr. Daniel Kyalo Willy

Post Doc Researcher

 

 

Research interests

  • Agricultural policy analysis and the economics of sustainable smallholder farming systems
  • Small holder farmers access to high value agricultural markets
  • Access to appropriate technology by resource-poor farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Biofuels, agriculture and environment interactions and organic farming
  • The role of New Institutional Economics (NIE) in facilitating Markets, Natural Resource Management and sustainable economic development

Current research project

GlobE Wetlands in East Africa

Publications

Willy, D. K., Holm-Müller, K. (2013): Social influence and collective action effects on farm level soil conservation effort in rural Kenya, Ecological Economics 90: 94-103 , Link.

Kyalo, D. and Chiuri, W. (2010): New Common Ground in Pastoral and Settled Agricultural Communities in Kenya: The Role of Institutions and the Gender Implications. Paper Accepted for publication in the European Journal of Development Research (EJDR) Special issue, 22:733-750 link

Kyalo, D. and Kiptanui, A. (2010): Community Environmental Interventions in the River Njoro Watershed, Kenya. GL-CRSP Research Brief 10-01-SUMAWA,
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Kyalo, D. and Muhia, N. (2009) Analysis of Fish Marketing Channels in Kenya: A Transaction Costs Approach. In: Drexler S.-S., Waidbacher H. (Eds.)Book of Abstracts: Integrating BOMOSA cage fish farming system in reservoirs, ponds and temporary water bodies in Eastern Africa. BOMOSA Final Conference, 2-4 September, Machakos,Kenya
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Kyalo, D. and Muhia, N. (2009) Analysis of demand for fish in Kenya: the almost ideal demand system approach. In: Drexler S.-S., Waidbacher H. (Eds.) Book of Abstracts:Integrating BOMOSA cage fish farming system in reservoirs, ponds and temporary water bodies in Eastern Africa. BOMOSA Final Conference, 2-4 September, Machakos,Kenya
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K. A. Ngetich, R. J. Birech, D. Kyalo, K. E. Bett. and B. Freyer (2009): Caught Between Energy Demands and Food Needs: Dilemmas of Smallholder Farmers in Njoro, Kenya. Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development in the Tropics and Sub-Tropics 110 (1) : 23-28.

Kyalo, D. and Muhia, N. (2009): Livestock Production Systems and Environmental Interactions: Producer Response to Climate and Market Changes in the River Njoro Watershed.GL-CRSP Research Brief 09-09- SUMAWA,
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Curriculum Vitae

  Last Updated:Thursday, September 04, 2014