Peer Reviewed Papers

  • Alem, Yonas, Abebe Damte Beyene, Gunnar Köhlin and Alemu Mekonnen. 2016.
  • “Modeling household cooking fuel choice: A panel multinomial logit approach.” Science Direct 59: 129-137.
  • Gebreegziabher, Zenebe and G. Cornelis van Kooten. 2015.
  • “Single versus Multiple Objective(s) Decision Making: An Application to Subsistence Farms in Northern Ethiopia.” Ethiopian Journal of Economics XXIV:2: 129-157.
  • Vieider, Ferdinand, Abebe Damte Beyene, Randall Bluffstone, Sahan Dissanayake, Zenebe Gebreegziabher, Peter Martinsson and Alemu Mekonnen. 2016.
  • “Measuring risk preferences in rural Ethiopia.” Economic Development and Cultural Change :forthcoming:
  • Bouchouicha, Ranoua, Peter Martinsson, Haileselassie Medhin and Ferdinand Vieider. 2016.
  • “Stake effects on ambiguity attitudes for gains and losses.” Theory & decision :forthcoming: .
  • Woubishet, Dawit. 2014.
  • “Coupling socio-economic factors and eco-hydrological processes using a cascade-modeling approach.” Journal of Hydrology 518: 49-59.
  • Woubishet, Dawit. 2013.
  • “The Effects of Groundwater and Surface Water Use on Total Water Availability and Implications for Water Management: The Case of Lake Naivasha, Kenya.” Water Resources Management 27:9: 3477-3492.
  • Woubishet, Dawit. 2016.
  • “Accounting for Spatial Non-Stationarity to Estimate Population Distribution Using Land Use/Cover. Case Study: the Lake Naivasha Basin, Kenya .” Journal of Settlements and Spatial Planing 4:1: 33-44.
  • Woubishet, Dawit. 2014.
  • “Supporting IWRM through spatial integrated assessment in the Lake Naivasha basin, Kenya.” International Journal of Water Resources Development 30:3: 605-618.
  • Woubishet, Dawit. 2014.
  • “Farm households’ preferences for collective and individual actions to improve water-related ecosystem services: The Lake Naivasha basin, Kenya.” Science Direct 7: 22-33.
  • Woubishet, Dawit. 2015.
  • “Firms’ willingness to invest in a water fund to improve water-related ecosystem services in the Lake Naivasha basin, Kenya.” Water International 40:3: 463-482.
  • Akay, Alpaslan, Lisa Andersson, Peter Martinsson and Haileselassie Medhin. 2014.
  • “Positional Concerns among the Poor: Does Reference Group Matter? Evidence from Survey Experiments.” Journal of African Economies 23:5: 673-699.
  • Damte Beyene, Abebe, Randall Bluffstone and Alemu Mekonnen. 2015.
  • “Community forests, carbon sequestration and REDD+: evidence from Ethiopia.” Environment and Development Economics:
  • Damte Beyene, Abebe and Menale Kassie. 2015.
  • “Speed of adoption of improved maize varieties in Tanzania: An application of duration analysis.” Technological Forecasting and Social Change Volume 96, :July 2015: 298-307.
  • Bluffstone, Randall, Mahmud Yesuf, Bilisuma Bushie, Takuro Uehara and Demessie Damite. 2015.
  • “Livestock and Private Tree Holdings in Rural Ethiopia: The Effects of Collective Action Institutions, Tenure Security and Market Access.” The Journal of Development Studies 51:9: 1193-1209.
  • Gebreegziabher, Zenebe, Jesper Stage, Alemu Mekonnen and Atlaw Alemu. 2016.
  • “Climate change and the Ethiopian economy: a CGE analysis.” Environment and Development Economics 21: 205-225.
  • Kassie, Menale, Hailemariam Teklewold, Moti Jaleta, Paswel Marenya and Olaf Erenstein. 2014.
  • “Understanding the adoption of a portfolio of sustainable intensification practices in eastern and southern Africa.” Land Use Policy 42: 400-411.
  • Bezu, Sosina, Girma T. Kassie, Bekele Shiferaw and Jacob Ricker-Gilbert. 2014.
  • “Impact of Improved Maize Adoption on Welfare of Farm Households in Malawi: A Panel Data Analysis.” World Development 59: 120-131.
  • Bezu, Sosina and Stein Holden. 2014.
  • “Demand for second-stage land certification in Ethiopia: Evidence from household panel data.” Land Use Policy 41: 193-205.
  • Mekonnen, Alemu. 2014.
  • “Economic Costs of Climate Change and Climate Finance with a Focus on Africa.” Journal of African Economies 23:2: ii50-ii82.
  • Teshome, Akalu, Jan de Graaff, Coen Ritsema and Menale Kassie. 2014.
  • “Farmers’ Perceptions about the Influence of Land Quality, Land Fragmentation and Tenure Systems on Sustainable Land Management in the North Western Ethiopian Highlands.” Land Degradation and Development: