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Publications


2015

Mbithi, ML, Gor SO, Osoro KO.  2015.  Impact of economic partnership agreements: the case of EAC's manufactured imports from EU. International Journal of Business and Economic Development (IJBED). 3(2):67-80.

2013

Mbithi, LM.  2013.  Implementi ng the right to food: Lessons for Kenya. Jounce of the African Women Studies Centre, Vol. 2.
Mbithi, LM.  2013.  Barriers Faced by Women - Owned Businesses: Voices of East African women entrepreneurs. Journal of African Women Studies Centre. Vol. 1..

2012

Mbithi, M, Karugia J, Guthiga P.  2012.  Implications for Intra-regional Trade in Food Staples. Website
Mbithi, LM, Okelo JA, Kiriti-Nganga TW.  2012.   Jounce of the African Women Studies Centre, Vol. 2. WTO chair vol 2: Trade discourse in Kenya: Some topical issues V ol. 2.
Mbithi, ML.  2012.  Trade Openness in COMESA, 2012. Implications for Intra-regional Trade in Food Staples. , Nairobi

2008

Mbithi, ML.  2008.  Preference Erosion Under NAMA. Website
Mbithi, ML.  2008.  Erosion Under NAMA WTO Negotiations: The Case for Kenya. , Nairobi: Institute of Economic Affairs-Kenya. IEA

2006

Nyangito, HO, Nzuma J, Ommeh H, Mbithi M.  2006.  Trade Reforms and Food Security in Kenya. Trade Reforms and Food Security. Country Case Studies and Synthesis. , Rome: Food and agriculture organization of the united nations

2005

Nyangito, HO, Nzuma J, Ommeh H, Mbithi LM.  2005.  Impact of Agricultural Trade related policies Refor ms on food security in Kenya. African Imperatives in the World Tra de Order. African Economic Research Consortium (AERC) and Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA). Pp. 135 - 178..
Nyangito, HO, Nzuma J, Ommeh H, Mbithi M.  2005.  African Imperatives in the World Trade Order. Case Studies in Kenya. African Imperatives in the World Trade Order. Case Studies in Kenya. , Nairobi, Kenya: African Economic Research Consortium (AERC) and Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA)

2003

2001

Mbithi, L, Huylenbroeck G.  2001.  A comparison of maize production in Kenya before and after market liberalization. Tropicultura. Vol. 18(4):181-185.

2000

Mbithi, Mary Lucia; Huylenbroeck, G.  2000.  A comparison of maize production in Kenya before and during liberalisation period . AbstractWebsite

Maize is the main food crop grown in Kenya. It is plant¬ed on 90% of all Kenyan farms and together with it's commonly intercropped crop, beans, occupies over 22% of all farmed land. In addition to being the staple food, maize production is also a source of capital and employment to a majority of the rural people. Total maize production, yield, area planted and average an¬nual rainfall before and after market liberalisation is compared. Statistical analysis showed that both yield and total maize production increased significantly after the input and output market liberalisation while area planted with maize and average annual rainfall did not change significantly. Both yield and total production of maize show less variability in the liberalised period than before. These observations led to the conclusion that input and output market liberalisation policies could have led to increased yields and therefore increased total production of maize in general in Kenya.

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