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Has the Maputo Declaration Made a Difference? - Looking at the past ten years of Sub-Saharan agriculture within the CAADP

Johansson Kreuger, Linnea LU (2015) NEKH01 20151
Department of Economics
Abstract
The Maputo Declaration was launched in 2003 as a response to the stagnation of African agriculture. The signatories agreed that 10% of public expenditure should be spent on agriculture in an effort to increase agricultural productivity. This paper examines to what degree the goal of the Maputo declaration has been reached. Little to no evidence was found for a direct positive impact on agricultural productivity stemming from the Maputo Declaration.
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author
Johansson Kreuger, Linnea LU
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organization
course
NEKH01 20151
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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keywords
the maputo declaration, maputo declaration, maputo, caadp, sub-saharan africa, agricultural economics, development economics, economics
language
English
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8045580
date added to LUP
2015-10-05 15:12:03
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2015-10-05 15:12:03
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  abstract     = {The Maputo Declaration was launched in 2003 as a response to the stagnation of African agriculture. The signatories agreed that 10% of public expenditure should be spent on agriculture in an effort to increase agricultural productivity. This paper examines to what degree the goal of the Maputo declaration has been reached. Little to no evidence was found for a direct positive impact on agricultural productivity stemming from the Maputo Declaration.},
  author       = {Johansson Kreuger, Linnea},
  keyword      = {the maputo declaration,maputo declaration,maputo,caadp,sub-saharan africa,agricultural economics,development economics,economics},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Has the Maputo Declaration Made a Difference? - Looking at the past ten years of Sub-Saharan agriculture within the CAADP},
  year         = {2015},
}