Veröffentlichungen - Alirah E. Weyori
'Reviewed Journal' Veröffentlichungen
Alirah E. Weyori, Mulubrhan Amare, Hildegard Garming and Hermann Waibel (2017): Agricultural innovation systems and farm technology adoption: Findings from a study of the Ghanaian plantain sector. The Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension, Vol. 24 (1): p. 65-87. Download
Alirah Emmanuel Weyori, Sabine Liebenehm and Hermann Waibel (2018): Returns to livestock disease control: Impact of AAT control interventions on farmers’ welfare in sub-Saharan Africa - A panel data analysis from Togo. Paper presented at the 30th International Conference of Agricultural Economists (ICAE), July 28 - August 2, Vancouver, Canada.
Alirah Emmanuel Weyori and Hermann Waibel (2017): Technological innovations and food security revisted: The impact of improved livestock management in Togo. Paper presented at third international conference of GlobalFood "GlobalFood Symposium 2017" organized by University of Göttingen, April 28-29, Germany.
Alirah Emmanuel Weyori and Hermann Waibel (2015): Adoption of best bet livestock disease management practices and its impact on food security of rural household in Togo. Paper presented at PhD colloquium of Ausschuss für Entwicklungsländer (AEL) of Verein für Socialpolitik in Zürich, Switzerland, November, 10-12.
Alirah Emmanuel Weyori and Hermann Waibel (2015): Adoption of improved livestock disease management practices and food security: Evidence from small scale cattle farmers in rural Togo. Poster and Paper presented at Tropentag 2015, September 16-18, Berlin, Germany. Abstract
Alirah Emmanuel Weyori, Mulubrhan Amare and Herman Waibel (2014): Agricultural innovations systems and adoption decision: Findings from a study of Ghanaian plantain sector. Paper presented at annual conference 2014 "Development Economics and Policy" of Ausschuss für Entwicklungsländer (AEL) of Verein für Socialpolitik, June 27-28, in Passau, Germany.
Alirah Emmanuel Weyori, Mulubrhan Amare and Hermann Waibel (2013): Analysis of Plantain Innovation Systems and their Effect on Adoption of Improved Technologies - A Case Study from Ghana. Poster accepted at Tropentag 2013, 'Agricultural development within the rural-urban continuum', 17.-19.09.2013, University of Hohenheim, Germany.