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Title:Revenue effects of participation in smallholder organic cocoa production in tropical Africa: A case study PDF Logo
Authors:Gibbon, Peter
Lin, Yumiao
Jones, Sam
Issue Date:2009
Series/Report no.:DIIS working paper 2009:6
Abstract:This paper examines the revenue effects of certified organic contract farming and of use of organic farming methods in a tropical African context. These are compared with 'organic by default' conventional farming systems without contractual relations. Survey data from a medium-size cocoa-vanilla contract farming scheme in Uganda is reported using a standard OLS regression and propensity score matching approaches. The analysis finds that there are positive revenue effects for the certified crops from both participation and, more modestly, from using organic farming techniques.
ISBN:978-87-7605-324-6
Document Type:Working Paper
Appears in Collections:DIIS Working Papers, Danish Institute for International Studies

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