The rapid – but from a low base – uptake of agricultural mechanization in Ethiopia: Patterns, implications and challenges

ESSP Working Paper 105, by Guush Berhane, Mekdim Dereje, Bart Minten, and Seneshaw Tamru. Abstract: The uptake of agricultural mechanization in Ethiopia is low with less than one percent of agricultural plots plowed

The rapid uptake of agricultural mechanization in Ethiopia: Patterns, implications and challenges

Ethiopia’s rapid adoption of agricultural mechanization, albeit from a low base, has been of particular interest over the last few years. 

Synopsis, Agricultural mechanization in Ethiopia: Evidence from the 2015 Feed the Future survey

ESSP Research Note 48: by Guush Berhane, Kalle Hirvonen and Bart Minten Abstract: In this research note, we provide a preview of results from a study of agricultural mechanization in Ethiopia.

Agricultural mechanization and south-south knowledge exchange: What can Ethiopian and Kenyan policymakers learn from Bangladesh’s experience?

ESSP Research Note 47: Synthesized by Hiroyuki Takeshima. Abstract: Bangladesh recently has experienced fast growth in agricultural mechanization,