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Evaluating the effects of cassava research for development approach: Household evidence from Malawi and the DRC

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Evaluating effects of cassava, R4D effects: market participation/sales,adoption, food security, ATE > per participant costs in DRC; ATE, ATT,ATU positive in Malawi, Replication studies, strong designs ...

Evaluating effects of cassava, R4D effects: market participation/sales,adoption, food security, ATE > per participant costs in DRC; ATE, ATT,ATU positive in Malawi, Replication studies, strong designs in future,test different contexts,ARIs.

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