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    This database contains bibliographic descriptions of all Wageningen University PhD theses from 1920 onwards. It is updated on a daily basis by WUR Library.

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Nutrient challenges in global livestock supply chains : an assessment of nitrogen use and flows [PhD thesis]
Full text publicly available; under embargo until:2020-05-17
Uwizeye, Aimable \ 2019
Beyond intensification: landscapes and livelihoods in Mali’s Guinea Savannah [PhD thesis]
Ollenburger, Mary H. \ 2019
Mapuche political dissent in the context of neoliberal governance: the recuperation of ancestral land as a process of indigenous emancipation in Arauco Province, Chile [PhD thesis]
Stüdemann Henríquez, Nikolas \ 2018
The governance of indigenous natural products in Namibia: nature, diversity and dynamics [PhD thesis]
Ndeinoma, Albertina \ 2018
Agro-clusters for rural development in the Indonesian Province of West Java [PhD thesis]
Full text publicly available; under embargo until:2019-10-09
Wardhana, Dadan \ 2018
Traditional leafy vegetables in Zimbabwe: agronomic and market studies [PhD thesis]
Full text publicly available; under embargo until:2020-09-17
Dube, Praxedis \ 2018
Poor farmers : agricultural innovation and poverty reduction in Ethiopia and Kenya [PhD thesis]
Verkaart, Simone \ 2018
Enactment of ‘community’ in community based natural resources management in Zambezi Region, Namibia [PhD thesis]
Lubilo, Rodgers \ 2018
Contextualising the emergence and impacts of the AIDS epidemic on rural livelihoods and household food security in Masaka, Uganda [PhD thesis]
Tumwine, Jackson \ 2018
On metrics and financing for the Sustainable Development Goals [PhD thesis]
Schmidt-Traub, Guido \ 2018
Foreign investment, organizational innovation and transformation in food supply chains : evidence from the Ethiopian barley sector [PhD thesis]
Tefera, Delelegne Abera \ 2017
foreign investment - organizations - innovations - management science - food supply - supply chain management - farmers - barley - economic sectors - ethiopia - east africa
Step-change: how micro-entrepreneurs enter the upcoming middle-class market in developing and emerging countries [PhD thesis]
Full text publicly available; under embargo until:2019-10-26
Babah Daouda, Falylath \ 2017
marketing - developing countries - entrepreneurship - small businesses - medium sized businesses - economic development - economic situation - gender relations - gender
Rural livelihoods and agricultural commercialization in colonial Uganda: conjunctures of external influences and local realities [PhD thesis]
Haas, Michiel A. de \ 2017
livelihoods - livelihood strategies - communities - rural areas - farmers - history - colonies - colonialism - income - gender - social inequalities - food crops - cash crops - uganda - east africa

Cum laude graduation

Understanding poverty-related diseases in Cameroon from a salutogenic perspective [PhD thesis]
Makoge, Valerie \ 2017
poverty - cameroon - malaria - typhoid - acquired immune deficiency syndrome - hiv infections - cholera - tuberculosis - diarrhoea - health behaviour - health services - stresses
Stadium Coltan : artisanal mining, reforms and social change in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo [PhD thesis]
Wakenge, Claude Iguma \ 2017
mining - conflict - economic sociology - cooperatives - reconstruction - poverty - rural sociology - workers - feedstocks - minerals - congo democratic republic - central africa
Feeding Dar es Salaam: a symbiotic food system perspective [PhD thesis]
Wegerif, Marc C.A. \ 2017
agricultural society - rural society - farmers' markets - food products - agricultural products - supermarkets - rice - grain - tanzania - east africa
Optimization of productivity and quality of irrigated tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) by smallholder farmers in the Central Rift Valley area of Oromia, Ethiopia [PhD thesis]
Full text publicly available; under embargo until:2020-05-29
Gemechis, Ambecha O. \ 2017
solanum lycopersicum - irrigation - crop production - optimization - photosynthesis - chlorophyll - gas exchange - water use efficiency - crop yield - ethiopia
Exploring opportunities for rural livelihoods and food security in Central Mozambique [PhD thesis]
Leonardo, Wilson José \ 2017
agricultural production systems - food security - crop production - livelihoods - small farms - biofuels - farming systems - models - intensification - mozambique
Understanding the productivity of cassava in West Africa [PhD thesis]
Ezui, Kodjovi Senam \ 2017
manihot esculenta - cassava - crop production - rainfed agriculture - drought - crop yield - water use efficiency - radiation use efficiency - fertilizers - togo - ghana - west africa
China's grassland policies and the Inner Mongolian grassland system [PhD thesis]
Liu, Min \ 2017
grassland management - livestock farming - china - rural development - policy evaluation - social systems - ecological restoration - sustainable agriculture - mongolia - nei mongol - normalized difference vegetation index
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