Richard Mussa
Richard Mussa
Chancellor College, University of Malawi
Verified email at cc.ac.mw
TitleCited byYear
Did rapid smallholder-led agricultural growth fail to reduce rural poverty? Making sense of Malawi's poverty puzzle
K Pauw, U Beck, R Mussa
Arndt C, McKay A, and F. Tarp (eds), Growth and Poverty in Sub-Saharan …, 2016
39*2016
Health and vulnerability to poverty in Ghana: evidence from the Ghana Living Standards Survey Round 5
J Novignon, J Nonvignon, R Mussa, LS Chiwaula
Health economics review 2 (1), 11, 2012
362012
A matching decomposition of the rural-urban difference in malnutrition in Malawi
R Mussa
Health Economics Review 4 (11), 2014
162014
Poverty in Malawi: Current status and knowledge gaps
R Mussa, K Pauw
MaSSP policy notes, 2011
152011
Intrahousehold and Interhousehold Child Nutrition Inequality in M alawi
R Mussa
South African Journal of Economics 83 (1), 140-153, 2015
122015
A dangerous divide: the state of inequality in Malawi
R Mussa, WH Masanjala
Oxfam International, 2015
112015
Household expenditure components and the poverty and inequality relationship in Malawi
R Mussa
African Development Review 26 (1), 138-147, 2014
112014
Employment diagnostic analysis: Malawi
D Durevall, R Mussa
ILO Working Papers, 2010
112010
The use of non-prescription medicine versus self-assessed health: evidence from Malawi
J Novignon, R Mussa, T Msonda, J Nonvignon
International archives of medicine 4 (1), 38, 2011
102011
Spatial Comparisons of Poverty and Inequality in Living Standards in M alawi
R Mussa
South African Journal of Economics 81 (2), 192-210, 2013
82013
Do the Poor Pay More for Maize in Malawi?
R Mussa
Journal of International Development 27 (4), 546-563, 2015
72015
Impact of fertility on objective and subjective poverty in Malawi
R Mussa
Development Studies Research. An Open Access Journal 1 (1), 202-222, 2014
72014
Labour Market Transitions of Young Women and Men in Malawi. Work4Youth publication series No. 4
R Mussa
International Labour Office, Geneva: ILO, 2013
52013
Extending the Oaxaca-Blinder decomposition to the independent double hurdle model: with application to parental spending on education in Malawi
R Mussa
Studies in Economics and Econometrics 38 (3), 39-54, 2014
42014
Externalities of education on efficiency and production uncertainty of maize in rural Malawi
R Mussa
42014
Labour market transitions of young women and men in Malawi
R Mussa
International Labour Office, 2013
42013
Explaining urban rural malnutrition inequality in Malawi
R Mussa
special IARIW-SSA conference on measuring national income, wealth, poverty …, 2011
42011
Impact of fertility on objective and subjective poverty in Malawi
R Mussa
Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit, 2010
42010
Technical Efficiency of Smallholder Farmers in Southern Malawi: A Study of Adopters and Non-Adopters of Integrated Aquaculture-Agriculture
R Mussa
University of Malawi, Chancellor College, Department of Economics, 2006
42006
Rural-Urban Differences in Parental Spending on Childrens Primary Education in Malawi
R Mussa
Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit, 2010
32010
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