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Dr E.C. Musaba Profile

Dr Emmanuel Chibanda Musaba

 Role: Senior Lecturer, School of Agriculture and Natural Resources

 Qualifications: B. Agric. Sc.  (Zambia), MSc. (Guelph, Canada),PhD (Saskatchewan, Canada).

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 Specialization/Research: Agricultural Economics

  • Agricultural technology adoption studies
  • Agricultural productivity/technical efficiency analysis
  • Agriculture and public expenditure analysis
  • Factors affecting livestock production and marketing
  • Economic impact assessments and input-output analysis

 Teaching:

  • Economics of Agricultural Marketing
  • Production Economics and Natural Resource Economics
  • Quantitative methods
  • Agribusiness Managerial Economics

 Selected Publications:

1)     Kulshreshtha, S.N. & E. Musaba (2016).Sustainability Considerations in Biofuel Development in

Saskatchewan, Canada. Int. J. Sus. Dev. Plann. Vol. 11, No. 2 (2016) 128–137. ISSN:

1743-7601 (paper format), ISSN: 1743-761X (online), http://www.witpress.com/journals

DOI: 10.2495/SDP-V11-N2-128-137

2)     Musaba, E.; Pali-Shikhulu, J.; Matchaya, G; Chilonda, P; Nhlengethwa, S. 2014.

Monitoring agriculture sector performance in Swaziland: investment, growth and poverty trends, 2000-2011. Pretoria, South Africa: International Water Management Institute (IWMI); Washington, DC, USA: International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI); 72p. (ReSAKSS-SA Annual Trends and Outlook Report 2012)

3)     Nhlengethwa, S. B.; Matchaya, G. C.; Musaba, E; Chilonda, P. 2014. Trends in public agricultural spending in Swaziland. Pretoria, South Africa:

Regional Strategic Analysis and Knowledge Support System for Southern

Africa (ReSAKSS-SA); 8p.

4)     Musaba, C.N; Musaba, E.C. and //Hoabeb, S.I.R. (2014).  Employee perceptions of service quality

in the Namibian hotel industry: A SERVQUAL approach. International Journal

of Asian Social Science, 2014, 4(4): 533-543.    http://www.aessweb.com/journals/5007

5)     Musaba, E.C. and Mseteka, M. (2014). Cost efficiency of small-scale commercial broiler production

in Zambia: A stochastic cost frontier approach. Developing Country Studies. Vol. 4 (5):98-105.  

6)     Musaba, E.C and Bwacha, I. (2014). Technical efficiency of small-scale maize production in Masaiti district,

Zambia: A Stochastic frontier approach.  . Journal of Economics and sustainable development. Vol. 5 No 4 (2014): 104-111. 

http://iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JEDS/article/view/11272/11575.

7)     Chilonda, P., Matchaya, G., Chiwaula, L., Kambewa, P., Musaba, E., and Manyamba, C. 2014.

"Enhancing Regional Food Security through Increased Agricultural Productivity: 2011 Annual

Trends and Outlook  Report for Southern Africa".IFPRI and IWMI, SriLanka , Colombo.

8)     Musaba, E.C., Chilonda, P., Matchaya, G. (2013). Impact of Government Sectoral Expenditure

  • on Economic Growth in Malawi, 1980-2007. Journal of Economics and sustainable

development. Vol4 No 2 (2013): 71-78. 

http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JEDS/article/view/4128/4144

1)     Chamusso, A., Zikhali, P., Musaba, E., Gemo, H. and Osvaldo, L. 2012. Trends in public agricultural spending in Mozambique. Resakss-SA Issue Brief No. 19.   IFPRI and IWMI, SriLanka , Colombo.

2)     Manyamba, C., Hendriks, S.L., Chilonda, P., Musaba, E.  (2012). Factors contributing to food to inequalities in food security in South Africa: Implications for agricultural policy.  Conference Paper on Strategies to Overcome Poverty & Inequality: “Torwards Carnegie III” University of  Cape Town,  3-7 September 2012.http://www.carnegie3.org.za/docs/papers/169_Manyamba_Factors%20Contributing%20to%20Inequalities%20in%20Food%20security%20in%20SA%20-%20implications%20for%20agricultural%20policy.pdf

3)     Chilonda, Pius; Xavier, V.; Luciano, L.; Gemo, H.; Chamusso, A.; Zikhali, Precious; Faria, A.; Govereh, J.;

Musaba, E.; Manussa, S.; Acubar, B.; Osvaldo, L.; Alage, N.; Macome, E.; Manganhela, A. 2011.

Monitoring and evaluating agricultural growth, trade, and poverty in Mozambique. Pretoria, South Africa: International Water Management Institute (IWMI). 83p. (MozSAKSS Annual Trends Report 2010)
ftp://ftp.cgiar.org/ifpri/Ella/MozSAKSS_project-completion-report_attachments/Project%20outputs/Moz_2010-agric-sector-prfrmnc-trends-rpt.pdf

4)     Chilonda, P., Zikhali, P., and Musaba, E. 2010. "Agricultural Growth Trends and Outlook for Southern Africa". ReSAKSS-Southern Africa Annual Trends and Outlook Report 2010.  IFPRI and IWMI, SriLanka , Colombo.

http://www.resakss.org/index.php?pdf=53181

5)     Musaba, E.C. and Namukwambi, M.  (2010) Socio-economic determinants of consumer fish purchase in Windhoek, Namibia.  African Journal of Agricultural Research 6(6):1483-1488 Abstract]  [Full Text]  [Full Article - PDF]  

6)     Musaba E. C. (2010) Analysis of factors influencing adoption of cattle management technologies by communal farmers in Northern Namibia. Livestock research and rural development. Volume 22, Article # 104. http://www.lrrd.org//lrrd22/6/musa22104.htm

7)     Musaba, E.C. and Sheehama, E. (2009)   Socio-economic factors influencing harvesting of eembe (Discolor Berchemia) wild fruits by communal households in Ohangwena  region, Namibia”.  Namibian Development Journal Vol 2, No.1

 http://ndj.unam.na/index.php/ndj/article/view/26/41

8)     Chilonda, P., G.VanHuylenbroeck, L. D’Haese, E.C. Musaba, K.L. Samui, and B. Ahmadu. (2000) Small-scale cattle production in Eastern province, Zambia: objectives, productivity and constraints. Outlook on Agriculture Vol.29, No.2, pp 109-121.

1)     Chilonda, P., G.VanHuylenbroeck, L.D’Haese, K.L. Samui, E.C. Musaba, M. Imakando

and B. Ahmadu. (1999). Cattle production and veterinary care systems in Zambia.

Outlook on Agriculture Vol.28, No.2, pp 109-116.

2)     Shitumbanuma, V and  E.C. Musaba  (2002) The Role of the Mining Sector  in  Agricultural    

Development in Zambia: Challenges for the Next Millenium.

Zambian Journal of Applied Earth SciencesVol. 15, No. 1, pp 101-106.

 

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