Thomas Daum

University of Hohenheim

Fruwirthstr. 48

Stuttgart, 70599

Germany

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Scholarly Papers (4)

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Can Big Companies’ Initiatives to Promote Mechanization Benefit Small Farms in Africa? A Case Study from Zambia

ZEF-Discussion Papers on Development Policy No. 262
Number of pages: 32 Posted: 26 Jun 2018
University of Hohenheim, University of Hohenheim and University of Hohenheim
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Agricultural mechanization policy, agricultural intensification, private business, Zambia, employment effects

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Of Bulls and Bulbs: Aspirations and Perceptions of Rural Youth in Zambia

ZEF Working Paper 171
Number of pages: 40 Posted: 01 Aug 2018
Thomas Daum
University of Hohenheim
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Aspirations, rural youth, evidence-based policy making, youth bulge, rural-urbanmigration, agricultural development

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The Forgotten Agriculture-Nutrition Link: Estimating the Energy Requirements of Different Farming Technologies in Rural Zambia With Time-Use Data

ZEF Working Paper Series, ISSN 1864-6638 (2019)
Number of pages: 48 Posted: 15 Aug 2019
Thomas Daum, Filippo Capezzone and Regina Birner
University of Hohenheim, University of Hohenheim and University of Hohenheim
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Agricultural mechanization, agricultural transformation, nutrition sensitive agriculture, physical behaviour, caloric requirements, time-use, gender, time-use, Africa

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Of Trackers and Tractors. Using a Smartphone App and Compositional Data Analysis to Explore the Link Between Mechanization and Intra-Household Allocation of Time in Zambia

ZEF-Discussion Papers on Development Policy No. 278, 2019
Number of pages: 31 Posted: 03 Jun 2019
Thomas Daum, Filippo Capezzone and Regina Birner
University of Hohenheim, University of Hohenheim and University of Hohenheim
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Agricultural mechanization, agricultural transformation, labor division, gender, child labor, time-use, Africa