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000259508 084__ $$a E21
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000259508 245__ $$aNon-farm Enterprises in Rural Ethiopia: improving Livelihoods by Generating Income and Smoothing Consumption?
000259508 260__ $$c2017
000259508 269__ $$a2017-05-01
000259508 336__ $$aJournal Article
000259508 500__ $$a: Improving Livelihoods by Generating Income and Smoothing Consumption?
000259508 520__ $$aIn developing countries highly dependent on agriculture, non-farm enterprises (NFEs) are often lauded as income diversification opportunities, helping to smooth income in the farming off-seasons. Using data from the first wave of the Ethiopia Socioeconomic Survey (ESS), a nationally representative survey of rural and small town Ethiopia, we explore the role NFEs play in seasonal income generation, consumption smoothing, and risk mitigation. We find that NFEs are in fact pro-cyclical with agriculture, with the most productive months of NFE operation coinciding with the harvest season and crop sales. This procyclicality appears to be driven by demand-side factors, where increases in community income through crop sales generate higher demand for NFE goods and services. We also find no evidence that households operating NFEs are better able to ward off incidence or duration of food insecurity in the face of shocks, suggesting NFEs do not insure temporally vulnerable households against risks.
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000259508 546__ $$aEnglish
000259508 650__ $$aAgricultural and Food Policy
000259508 650__ $$aCommunity/Rural/Urban Development
000259508 650__ $$aFarm Management
000259508 650__ $$aFood Consumption/Nutrition/Food Safety
000259508 6531_ $$aLSMS
000259508 6531_ $$anon-farm enterprises
000259508 6531_ $$aincome diversification
000259508 6531_ $$aEthiopia
000259508 700__ $$a Kowalski,Julia
000259508 700__ $$aLipcan, Alina 
000259508 700__ $$aMcIntosh, Katie 
000259508 700__ $$aSmida, Remy 
000259508 700__ $$aSørensen, Signe Jung 
000259508 700__ $$aSeff, Ilana 
000259508 700__ $$aJolliffe, Dean 
000259508 720__ $$aTadele Ferede $$eeditor
000259508 720__ $$aAbu Girma $$eeditor
000259508 720__ $$aGetnet Alemu $$eeditor
000259508 720__ $$aDemirew Getachew $$eeditor
000259508 773__ $$jVolume 25$$kNumber 2$$o204$$q171$$tEthiopian Journal of Economics
000259508 8560_ $$felale2001@gmail.com
000259508 8564_ $$s686929$$uhttp://ageconsearch.umn.edu/record/259508/files/Nonfarm%20Enterprises%20in%20Rural%20Ethiopia.pdf
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