Hambulo Ngoma

Hambulo Ngoma

Ph.D., Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Ås, Norway

M.Sc., University of Malawi, Lilongwe, Malawi

B.Sc., The University of Zambia, Lusaka, Zambia

Postdoctoral Research Associate

Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics
Michigan State University

446 W. Circle Dr., Rm XX, Morrill Hall of Agriculture
East Lansing, MI 48824-1039

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Presentations

Selected presentations (Full listing in Resume)

2017:
To conserve or cultivate? Smallholder farmers’ willingness to participate in REDD+ in Zambia (with A Angelsen and Gumbo, D) - to  
be presented at the 23rd EAERE conference in Athens, Greece.

Will conservation agriculture conserve tropical forests? The case of minimum tillage in Zambia (with A Angelsen) - presented at the  
Southern and Eastern Africa sustainability summit, March 2017, Lusaka, Zambia.

2016:
Will conservation agriculture conserve tropical forests? The case of minimum tillage in Zambia –presented at the 22nd EAERE conference in Zurich, Switzerland (with A Angelsen).

Does minimum tillage improve livelihoods of smallholder farmers? A micro-econometric perspective from Zambia – presented at the 5th International conference of the African Association of Agricultural Economists, Addis Ababa Ethiopia.

2015:
Does minimum tillage with planting basins or ripping raise maize yields? Meso-panel data evidence from Zambia – presented at the 29th International conference of agricultural economist, Milan Italy, 10-14 August, 2015 (with N. Mason and Sitko, N).

Factors associated with farmers’ use of minimum tillage in Zambia: A double hurdle modelling approach – presented at the 2nd International conference on global food security, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, 11-14 October 2015 (with T.S, Jayne and Mulenga, B.P).