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The United Republic of Tanzania Ministry of Agriculture Food Security andCooperatives Directorate of Policy and Planning THE INVENTORY OF AGRICULTURAL RELATED STUDIES IN TANZANIA 2014 Introduction This inventory is a collection of several Tanzanian agricultural policies, analytical reports and policy briefs gathered from publications made by different agricultural organizations and institutions online. This inventory is an interactive pdf document arranged in a chronological order that contains a listing of the reports and interactive references that once clicked immediately take the user to the bibliography of a special report. The main purpose of this inventory is to create awareness among policy makers, advocacy groups and policy researchers on different agricultural studies that have been and are being conducted in Tanzania. This will help avoid duplication of e orts, wastage of time and resources of the targeted group. The other reason is for easy accessibility of the reports and data sets especially for analytical purposes and policy brief formulations. This inventory will be hosted in the platform for agricultural policy analysis and coordination (PAPAC) that is being established at the ministry of agriculture Food Security and Cooper-atives (MAFC). Within the platform a portal will be created online where the inventory will be published and continuously updated. A similar activity is being done at MAFC however; the reports being published are strictly those by the ministry itself whereas the inventory established by PAPAC is more diverse. In this regard, PAPAC will work collaboratively with the ministry in establishing a portal for this inventory on MAFC's website for easy accessibility of these reports. PAPAC is envisioned to strengthen analytical capacity of agricultural policies and supporting monitoring and evaluation of agriculture sector performance and investments under CAADP Framework. This will be achieved through strategic analysis to knowledge gaps, knowledge management, communications and policy dialog, supporting the implementation of joint sector review for TAFSIP and capacity building. The inventory will contribute under the component of knowledge management as it is a strategy of creating awareness among agricultural stakeholders. Furthermore, this inventory will be shared among the senior technical policy group members known as the Policy Analysis Group (PAG) before the actual publication for their inputs in terms of the structure and content of the inventory. Studies on Maize and use of fertilizers 1 Agricultural Council of Tanzania, (2007). Report On Output Market Support. Final Draft 2 Ahmed, S. A., Diffenbaugh, N. S., Hertel, T. W., and Martin, W. J. 2012. Agriculture and Trade Opportunities for Tanzania: Past Volatility and Future Climate Change. Review of Development Economics, 16(3), 429 447. 3 Amani, H. K. R. (2005). Making Agriculture Impact on Poverty in Tanzania: The Case on Non Traditional Export Crops . Presented at a Policy Dialogue for Accelerating Growth and Poverty Reduction in Tanzania, ESRF, Dar es Salaam 4 Amani, H. K. R. 2004. Agricultural Development and Food Security in Sub-Saharan Africa Tanzania Country Report 5 Andrew L. Dabalen and Saumik Paul (2014). Export Ban Pass-through on Retail and Wholesale Prices: A Case Study of Maize Markets in Kenya and Tanzania 6 Baha, M.; Temu, A. and Philip, D. (2013). Sources of Technical Efficiency Among Smallholders Maize Farmers in Babati District, Tanzania. African Journal of Economic Review, Volume 1, Issue 2. 7 Barreiro, H. J. (2012). Analysis of incentives and disincentives for maize in the United Republic of Tanzania. Technical notes series, MAFAP, FAO, Rome. Benson, T., Kirama, S. L., and Selejio, O. The supply of inorganic fertilizers to smallholder farmers in Tanzania. 8 Chapoto, A., and Jayne, T. 2009a. The Impacts of Trade Barriers and Market Interventions on Maize Price Predictability: Evidence from Eastern and Southern Africa. Michigan State University International Development Draft Working Paper 102 9 De Groote H, Gitonga Z, Mugo S, Walker T (2014). Assessing the effectiveness of maize and wheat improvement from the perspectives of varietal output and adoption in East and Southern Africa. Chapter 11, in T. S. Walker and J. Alwang eds., Evaluating the performance of food crop improvement research in Sub-Saharan Africa from the perspectives of varietal output, adoption, and change. CABI Publishing, Wallingford, 10 Diao, X.; Kennedy, A; Mabiso, A and Pradesha A. (2013). Economy wide Impact of Maize Export Bans on Agricultural Growth and Household Welfare in Tanzania: A Dynamic Computable General Equilibrium Model Analysis. IFPRI Discussion Paper 01287 11 ECDPM and ESRF (2015). Assessment of Policy Coherence for Development for Food Security in Tanzania. Tanzania Food Security Profile 12 ESRF, (2012). Food Price Trends Analysis and Policy Options for Enhancing Food Security in Eastern Africa 13 Fan, S., D. Nyange, and N. Rao. 2005. Public Investment and Poverty Reduction in Tanzania. Development Strategy and Governance Discussion Paper 18. Washington, DC: International Food Policy Research Institute 14 FAO. 2008. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. The state of food insecurity in the world. High food prices and food security: Threats and opportunities. Rome, Italy. FAO. pp. 1-10 15 Feed the Future, (2013). Policy Reforms in Tanzania Improve Opportunities for Maize Farmers. Newsletter 16 Gabagambi D. (2006). Implication of the 2006/2007 Budge on the Development of the Agriculture Sector in Tanzania 17 Gabagambi D. (2011).Empowering Small Holder Farmers in Eastern Africa to Access Agro-Markets and Secure Agricultural Land: Agricultural Market Policy Study on Barriers to Trade for Smallholder Farmers in Tanzania. 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