Aemro T. Terefe

Aemro T. Terefe
Haramaya University · School of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness

PhD Candidate in Agricultural Economics

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September 2008 - October 2020
Haramaya University
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Education
September 2017 - October 2021
Haramaya University
Field of study
  • Agricultural Economics

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Publications (8)
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This study evaluated the technical, economic and allocative efficiency of maize production in eastern Ethiopia using cross-sectional data collected from 480 maize plots. The stochastic production function, fitted using the Cobb–Douglas production function, indicated that the amount of seed, land and DAP (Diammonium phosphate) are highly significant...
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The aim of this study is to measure the impact of improved maize varieties on farm productivity and smallholders' wellbeing using data collected from the East Hararghe Zone of Ethiopia. We combined propensity score matching method with endogenous switching regression to estimate the impact on the welfare of farmers and we applied the stochastic fro...
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The gap between demand for and supply of food in Ethiopia can be reduced by improving farm productivity through the introduction of productivity-enhancing technologies. Conversely, in Ethiopia, the adoption rates of agricultural technologies remain below the expected levels. Hence, by using multivariate probit model, this study identifies factors t...
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The objective of this study was to identify the important factors that influence both adoption and level of use of organic fertilizer among smallholder farmers in the Central Rift Valley of Ethiopia using a primary data collected from 161 sample respondents. An independent double hurdle model was used to address the objectives of the study on the a...
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This experiment is designed to study the characteristics of village chicken husbandry practice, marketing and constraints in eastern Ethiopia. The study was conducted from July in four selected districts in the highlands of eastern Ethiopia (Haramaya, Kersa, Jarso and Meta). A total of 80 chicken owner households were randomly selected and intervie...
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Land degradation mainly in the form of soil and nutrient depletion is the prominent problem that the Ethiopian agriculture is facing. Due to this, farmers should be aware of this problem and the necessity of implementing conservation measures. Hence, this study assesses farm households' willingness to participate in soil conservation practice throu...
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Soil erosion has been one of the major problems undermining agricultural production in Ethiopia. In response, efforts have been made by the government and people to tackle the adverse effect of soil erosion via Food-for-Work and Cash-for-Work programs. However, the existing literature shows that the achievements of such programs are far from the ex...

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Integrated Soil Fertility Management and Its Impact on Productivity and Farmers Well-being