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YUKO NAKANO
YUKO NAKANO
Associate Professor, University of Tsukuba
Verified email at u.tsukuba.ac.jp
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Contract farming in developed and developing countries
K Otsuka, Y Nakano, K Takahashi
Annual Review of Resource Economics 8, 353-376, 2016
2012016
Is farmer-to-farmer extension effective? The impact of training on technology adoption and rice farming productivity in Tanzania
Y Nakano, TW Tsusaka, T Aida, VO Pede
World Development 105, 336-351, 2018
1802018
The possibility of a rice green revolution in large-scale irrigation schemes in Sub-Saharan Africa
Y Nakano, I Bamba, A Diagne, K Otsuka, K Kajisa
An African green revolution, 43-70, 2013
572013
Determinants of household contributions to collective irrigation management: The case of the Doho Rice Scheme in Uganda
Y Nakano, K Otsuka
Environment and Development Economics 16 (5), 527-551, 2011
542011
Impact of contract farming on land productivity and income of maize and potato growers in Pakistan
MF Khan, Y Nakano, T Kurosaki
Food Policy 85, 28-39, 2019
472019
Impact of training on the intensification of rice farming: evidence from rainfed areas in Tanzania
Y Nakano, Y Tanaka, K Otsuka
Agricultural Economics 49 (2), 193-202, 2018
402018
The impact of microcredit on agricultural technology adoption and productivity: Evidence from randomized control trial in Tanzania
Y Nakano, EF Magezi
World Development 133, 104997, 2020
382020
The impact of training on technology adoption and productivity of rice farming in Tanzania: Is farmer-to-farmer extension effective
Y Nakano, TW Tsusaka, T Aida, VO Pede
JICA-RI working paper 90, 2015
232015
Does land lease tenure insecurity cause decreased productivity and investment in the sugar industry? Evidence from Fiji
R Kumari, Y Nakano
Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 60 (3), 406-421, 2016
202016
On the possibility of rice green revolution in irrigated and rainfed areas in Tanzania: An assessment of management training and credit programs
Y Nakano, K Kajisa, K Otsuka
In Pursuit of an African Green Revolution, 39-64, 2016
162016
The impact of access to credit and training on technological adoption: A case of the rice sector in Tanzania
Y Nakano, K Kajisa
162011
The impact of access to credit and training on technological adoption: A case of the rice sector in Tanzania
Y Nakano, K Kajisa
162011
To what extent do improved practices increase productivity of small-scale Rice cultivation in a rain-fed area?: Evidence from Tanzania
Y Nakano, Y Tanaka, K Otsuka
National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies 14 (November), 1-28, 2014
152014
The determinants of technology adoption: the case of the rice sector in Tanzania
Y Nakano, K Kajisa
JICA-RI working paper 58, 1-32, 2013
152013
How does the adoption of modern variety increase productivity and income?: A case of the rice sector in Tanzania
Y Nakano, K Kajisa
92012
Credit, access to extension, and irrigation: How can we achieve rice Green Revolution in Tanzania
Y Nakano, K Kajisa, K Otsuka
Tokyo: National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies, 2014
72014
To what extent does modified system of rice intensification (SRI) training increase productivity of small-scale cultivation in a rain-fed area? Evidence from Tanzania
Y Nakano, K Kajisa, K Otsuka
Evidence from Tanzania, 2015
52015
Can Contract Farming Increase Productivity of Small-Scale Cultivation in A Rain-fed Area in Tanzania
Y Nakano, Y Tanaka, K Otsuka
University of Tsukuba/National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies, 2014
42014
The irrigation management in the Doho Rice Scheme in Uganda: an inquiry into the potential of a green revolution in Sub-Saharan Africa
Y Nakano
PhD diss., National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies, 2010
42010
The Impact of Microcredit on Household Income: The Case of BRAC in Tanzania
EF Magezi, Y Nakano
Japanese Journal of Agricultural Economics 22, 129-134, 2020
32020
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