Best Paper on Gender
Uma Lele Prize for Best Contributed Paper on Gender
- Anna Josephson (Purdue University)
"Share and share alike: the impact of rainfall on gendered income allocation in Malawi"
- Bjorn van Campenhout (IFPRI)
"The role of gender in ICT-mediated agricultural information campaigns"
- Tewodaj Mogues (IFPRI)
"Cost-effectiveness of community-based gendered advisory services to farmers: analysis in Mozambique and Tanzania"
- Mequanint Biset Melesse, Adane Bulo and Erwin Bulte (Wageningen University)
"Joint Land Titling and Women Empowerment: Evidence from Ethiopia"
- Mateusz Jan Filipski, Abdellah Aboudrare, Travis Lybbert, and Edward Taylor (IFPRI)
"Spice Price Spikes: Simulating Gendered Impacts of a Saffron Boom and Bust in Rural Morocco"
- Mintewab Bezabih, Stein Holden, and Andrea Mannberg
"The Role of Land Certification in Reducing Gender Gaps in Productivity in Rural Ethiopia"
- Adebayo B. Aromolaran, Nigeria
"Does Increase in Women's Income Relative to Men's Income Increase Food Calorie Intake in Poor Households? Evidence from Nigeria"