Competition between Biofuel Feedstock and Food Production: Empirical Evidence from Sugarcane Outgrower Settings in Malawi
This paper analyses the implications of the expansion of biofuel feedstock production in Malawi on local food crop production. This represents a trade-off between two provisioning ecosystem services: biofuel feedstock (i.e. sugarcane) and food crops. Specifically, we assess household-level linkages between biofuel feedstock and food crop production among farmers involved in outgrower schemes...
Published at Biomass and Bioenergy
Published in 2017
Herrmann, R.; Jumbe, C.; Bruentrup, M. and Osabuohien, E.
Osabuohien Evans » Professor Evans S. Osabuohien is the Immediate Past Head of Department-HOD (Economics & Development Studies, Covenant University, Nigeria). He was appointed HOD in 2016, emerging as the Youngest HOD in the University. He holds B.Sc, M.Sc and Ph.D (Economics) and started lecturing and researching career in 2004. He received Double Promotion to the Rank of a Full Professor of Economics in... view full profile
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