DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS MANAGEMENT PUBLICATIONS 

2019/2020 ACADEMIC YEAR

 

 

2018 ACADEMIC YEAR
  • Dembele, B., Bett, H. K., Maina Kariuki, I., Le Bars, M., & Ouko, K. O. (2018). Factors influencing crop diversification strategies among smallholder farmers in cotton production zone in Mali. Advances in Agricultural Science6(3), 01-16.

 

  • Mayaka, O. Z., Obare, G. A., & Kariuki, I. M. (2018). Role of social capital on uptake of sustainable agricultural intensification practices’ combinations. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development9(16): 66-79

 

  • Dembele, B., Bett, H.K., Kariuki, I. M., & Le Bars, M. (2018). Understanding the multiple sources drivers of agricultural income amongst smallholder farmers in Southern Mali. Review of Agricultural and Applied Economics2:32-40: doi:10.15414/raae/2018.21.02.32-40

 

 

2017 ACADEMIC YEAR

 

2016 ACADEMIC YEAR

Kariuki, IM. and Loy, J-P., (2016). Contractual farming arrangements, quality control, incentives and distribution failure in Kenya’s smallholder horticulture: a multivariate probit analysis. Agribusiness, 32(4) 547-562 DOI: 10.1002/agr.21462

2015 ACADEMIC YEAR

 

 

2014 ACADEMIC YEAR
  • Kariuki, IM (2014). Incentives, Transaction Costs and Social Capital Considerations in Determination of Contract Duration in the Kenyan Smallholder Horticultural Sub-Sector. Developing Country Studies, Vol 4, No 22 (23-33). ISSN 2224-607X (Paper) ISSN 2225-0565 (Online).

 

  • Kariuki, IM (2014). Codes of Conduct and Marketing Strategies in Kenya’s Horticultural Sector, European Journal of Business and Management, vol 6, No 33(10-21). ISSN 2222-1905 (Paper) ISSN 2222-2839 (Online)

 

  • Kariuki, IM (2014). Transition to Certification Schemes and Implications for Market Access: GlobalGAP Perspectives in Kenya. Agricultural Sciences, 5, 1100-1111. doi: 10.4236/as.2014.512120.

2013 ACADEMIC YEAR

  • Gido O. Eric, Job K. Lagat, Gicuru K. Ithinji, Benjamin K. Mutai, Sibiko K. Kenneth and Mwangi K. Joseph.(2013) “ Maize Farmers Perception Towards Organic Salt management Practices in Bungoma County, Kenya” Research Journal of Environment and Earth Sciences 5 (2) 41-48, 2013. USA

 

  • Benjamin K. Mutai, Elvi N. Agunda, Augustus S. Muluvi, Lawrence K. Kibet and Mary C. Maina (2013) “Determinants of Smallholder Sweet Potato farmers’ Participation in Different Market Options: The Case of Vihiga County, Kenya.” Journal of Development and Agricultural Economics
2012  ACADEMIC YEAR
  • Kariuki, IM, Loy, J.-P., Herzfeld, T (2012). Farmgate private standards and price premium: Evidence from the GlobalGAP scheme in Kenya’s French beans marketing. Agribusiness, 28(1), 42-53. doi: 10.1002/agr.20286.

 

  • H.N. Isaboke, P. Mshenga, B.K. Mutai and M. Saidi (2012) “Determinants of Adoption of Butternut Squash (Cucurbita moscharta) Farming by Small-holders in Suba District Kenya”. Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development 9:82-97. Swaziland

 

  • Dennis kinambaga, Benjamin K. Mutai, George Owuor, A. Kahe and E. kinuthia (2012) “Performance of Smallholders, Dairy Farming in Nakuru County, Kenya” Journal of Agricultural Sciences and Technology A2 (2012) 481- 488

 

  • C. M. Muema, B. K. Mutai , J. K. Lagat, L. K. Kibet and M. C. Maina (2012) “Contribution of Selected indigenous Fruits and Household Income and Food security in Mwingi, Kenya” .Current Research Journal of Social Sciences 4(4) 425 – 430, 2012. USA
2011 ACADEMIC YEAR
  • P.M. Ngore, P. M. Mshenga, G. Owuor and B. K. mutai (2011)” Socio- Economic Factors Influencing Meat Value Addition by Rural Agribusiness in Kenya.”, Research Journal of Social Sciences. 9460 Telstar Ave Suite 5, EL Monte, CA 91731, USA

 

  • Oscar I. Ayuya, Job K. lagat, John M. Mironga and Benjamin K. Mutai (2011)” Socio Economic Factors Affecting Farmers Awareness of Clean Development Mechanism projects. Case of Smallholder Forest Carbon Projects”. Current Journal of Social Sciences 3 (3): 213-218 2011., USA
2010 ACADEMIC YEAR