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Ephraim Nkonya

  • PhD Natural resource economics
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Research Interests

Natural resource management and poverty in developing countries

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About

Ephraim Nkonya, a senior research fellow, conducts research on land management and natural resources in sub-Saharan countries and central Asia. Ephraim, a citizen of Tanzania, earned a B.S. in agriculture from Sokoine University of Agriculture and an M.S. in agricultural economics and a Ph.D. in natural resources, econometrics, and statistics, both from Kansas State University. He joined IFPRI in 1999.

Publications

Biomass Productivity-Based Mapping of Global Land Degradation Hotspots

  • Le Q
  • Nkonya E
  • Mirzabaev A
Economics of Land Degradation and Improvement – A Global Assessment for Sustainable Development (2016)
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Cost, Drivers and Action Against Land Degradation in Senegal

  • Sow S
  • Nkonya E
  • Meyer S
  • Kato E
Economics of Land Degradation and Improvement – A Global Assessment for Sustainable Development (2016)
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Cost, drivers and action against land degradation in Senegal

  • Sow S
  • Nkonya E
  • Meyer S
  • and Kato E
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Economics of land degradation initiative: Methods and approach for global and national assessments

  • Nkonya E
  • von Braun J
  • Mirzabaev A
  • Le Q
  • Kwon H
  • Kirui O
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Initial impact of integrated agricultural research for development in East and Central Africa

  • Nkonya E
  • Kato E
  • Oduol J
  • Pali P
  • Andrew F
African Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics (2013)
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