Bio

Rich Mulwa Bio

Rich Mulwa holds a Ph.D. from the Justus-Liebig University at Giessen, Germany. He is currently a Senior Lecturer at the Centre for Advanced Studies in Environmental Law and Policy (CASELAP), University of Nairobi, where he teaches Economics of environmental governance, Resource Economics, Environmental Valuation and Political Economy of Natural Resources Management to post graduate (Masters and Ph.D.) students.

Publications


Forthcoming

Mulwa, M, R.  Forthcoming.  Non-parametric Estimation of Environmental Efficiency Using Data Envelopment Analysis and Free Disposable Hull. Strategic Measurement and Management Performance using Data Envelopment Analysis: Theory and Applications. , IGI Global, Hershey PA, USA

2013

Khoshroo, A, Mulwa, M R, Emrouznejad A, Arabi B.  2013.  A non-parametric Data Envelopment Analysis approach for improving energy efficiency of grape production. Energy.
Mulwa, M, R, Wafula D, Karembu M, Waithaka M.  2013.  Estimating the Potential Economic Benefits of Adopting Bt Cotton in Selected COMESA Countries. AgBioForum. 16(1):14-26.
Mulwa, MR, Emrouznejad A.  2013.  Measuring Productive Efficiency Using Nerlovian Profit Efficiency Indicator and Meta-Frontier Analysis. Operational Research: International Journal. 13(2):271-287.

2012

Mulwa, M, R, Emrouznejad A, Nuppenau E-A.  2012.  An overview of Total Factor Productivity estimations adjusted for pollutant outputs: an application to sugarcane farming. International Journal of Environmental Technology Management. 15(1):1-15.
Adolwa, IS, Okoth PF, Mulwa RM, Esilaba AO, Mairura FS, Nambiro E.  2012.  Analysis of Communication and Dissemination Channels Influencing the Adoption of Integrated Soil Fertility Management in Western Kenya. The Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension. 18(1):71-86.
Michelson, H, Lentz EC, Mulwa, M R, Morey M, Cramer L, McGlinchy M, Barrett CB.  2012.  Cash, food, or vouchers? An application of the Market Information and Food Insecurity Response Analysis Framework (MIFIRA) in urban and rural Kenya Food Security. 4:455-469.

2010

Nzuma, JM, Waithaka M, Mulwa MR, Kyotalimye M, Nelson G.  2010.  Strategies for Adapting to Climate change in Rural sub-Saharan Africa. , Washington: IFPRI

2009

Mulwa, MR, Emrouznejad A, Muhammad L.  2009.  Economic Efficiency of Smallholder Maize Producers in Western Kenya: A DEA Meta-Frontier Analysis. International Journal of Operational Research. 4(3):250-267.
Mulwa, M, R, Murithi FM, Emrouznejad A.  2009.  Impact of Liberalization on Efficiency and Productivity of Sugar Industry in Kenya. Journal of Economic Studies. 36(3):250-264.

2008

Mulwa, RM, Mulinge WM, Murithi FM, Nyaga AM.  2008.  Measuring Customer and Employee Satisfaction in NARI’s: Experience from KARI. Website

2007

Mulwa, M, R, Nuppenau E-A.  2007.  Economic Efficiency of Sugarcane Production in Kenya: A DEA Meta-frontier Approach. In (Bauer, S. and L. Karki Eds.), Issues and Challenges in Rural Development: A Compendium of Approaches for Socio-Economic and Ecological Development in Developing Countries, Vol. 1. : Margraf Publishers, ISBN 978-3-8236-1502-6: Pp. 195-208
Budjorova, E, Mulwa, M R.  2007.  Technical Efficiency of Cotton Production in Uzbekistan. In (Knierim, A., Nagel, U. J. and C. Shaefer Eds.), Managing Economic, Social and Biological Transformations: Proceedings of the First Green Week Scientific Conference. : Margraf Publishers. ISBN 978-3-8236-1499-9: Pp 116-121.

2006

Mulwa, MR.  2006.  Economic and Environmental Performance of Sugarcane Production in Kenya: Non-Parametric Frontier Approaches. , Farming and Rural System Economics, Volume 84, Magraf-Verlag Publishers, Weikersheim, Germany:

1998

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