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Agricultural Input SubsidiesThe Recent Malawi Experience$

Ephraim Chirwa and Andrew Dorward

Print publication date: 2013

Print ISBN-13: 9780199683529

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2014

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199683529.001.0001

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(p.xi) List of Figures

(p.xi) List of Figures

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Agricultural Input Subsidies
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  1. 2.1 Input subsidy impacts on output supply, price, and stakeholder welfare 16

  2. 2.2 A conceptual framework for investigating agricultural input subsidies’ impacts 43

  3. 4.1 Vicious circle of the low productivity maize production trap 72

  4. 4.2 Subsidy impacts on beneficiary households and the rural economy 75

  5. II.1 Processes and influences linking and affecting inputs, implementation, and impacts 86

  6. 5.1 Major tasks in programme implementation 88

  7. 5.2 Fertilizer supplies by source, 2005/6 to 2011/12 96

  8. 5.3 Monthly uplifts to rural markets 97

  9. 5.4 Landed and international fertilizer prices, 2006–11 98

  10. 5.5 Subsidized fertilizer market costs and unsubsidized market prices, 2006–11 99

  11. 5.6 MoAFS farm families and NSO rural households 102

  12. 5.7 Percentage of beneficiaries reporting receipt of maize fertilizer coupons by end of each month 107

  13. 5.8 Subsidized fertilizer and seed sales by year 110

  14. 5.9 Flows of coupons and subsidized inputs 116

  15. 5.10 Budgeted and actual programme costs 120

  16. 6.1 Increases in maize production estimates above 2002/3 and 2003/4 base 132

  17. 7.1 Burley tobacco prices and sales values, 2000–11 145

  18. 7.2 Fiscal deficit/GDP ratio, 1999–2010 149

  19. 7.3 Nominal and real maize prices in Malawi, 2001–11 151

  20. 7.4 Maize prices and estimated quantity consumed per capita from 1993/4 to 2010/11 production seasons 153

  21. 7.5 Average farm-gate maize prices, tobacco prices, and ganyu wages, 2009–11 157

  22. 8.1 Structure of the fertilizer industry in Malawi in 2010 169

  23. 8.2 Structure of the seed industry in Malawi in 2010 171

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  25. 8.3 Fertilizer imports and fertilizer use, 2004/5–11/12 173

  26. 8.4 Number of bids and awards in fertilizer procurement, 2008/9–11/12 175

  27. 8.5 Value and value share of subsidized fertilizers supplied by sector, 2007/8–11/12 176

  28. 8.6 Sources of households’ commercial fertilizer purchases, 2006/7–10/11 178

  29. 8.7 Mean quantities of commercial fertilizer purchases per household, 2006/7–10/11 179

  30. 8.8 Values and value shares of subsidized maize seed sales, 2007/8–11/12 186

  31. 8.9 Households accessing improved maize seeds by retailer, 2006/7–10/11 187

  32. 8.10 Volumes of improved maize seeds purchased per household, 2008/9 and 2010/11 188

  33. 9.1 Input subsidy impacts on output supply and price 207

  34. 10.1 Targeting variables and impacts 224

  35. 10.2 Maize fertilizer voucher redemption per household per region, 2005/6–10/11 230

  36. 10.3 Proportion of male- and female-headed households receiving fertilizer coupons, 2006/7–10/11 237

  37. 11.1 Termination, potential graduation, and actual graduation 249