Slide10.JPG In Mali, cotton was the successful driver of agricultural development in the 20 years after independence in 1960. In the 21st century, farmers' incomes have declined as cotton yield stagnated. Learn more about this matter by perusing the papers below.

 

By Jeanne Y. Coulibaly, John H. Sanders, Paul V. Preckel, Timothy G. Baker  

 

The Economic Impacts of Introducing Bt Technology in Smallholder Cotton Production Systems of West Africa: A Case Study from Mali


By Jeffrey Vitale, Tracey Boyer, Rafael Uaiene, John H. Sanders

Increasing incomes of Malian cotton farmers: Is elimination of US subsidies the only solution?
 

​By Felix G. Baquedano, John H. Sanders, Jeffrey Vitale​ 

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