Mintewab worked at the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment from November 2012 until May 2016.
Her work at the Institute included assessing small farmers’ opportunities and constraints to climate change adaptation, and studying the complementarities in weather insurance schemes and public safety net programs.
Prior to joining the Institute, Mintewab worked as a Research Fellow in the University of Portsmouth and University of Sussex
- Climate change and the productivity of agroecosystems;
- Management of multispecies fisheries under the risk of collapse;
- Land reform programs;
- The performance of land markets and contracts;
- Gender issues.
Research - 2016
This article assesses the consequential risk impacts of the recent system of rice intensification (SRI) implemented in the Morogoro region... Read more
Research - 2015
This paper analyses the impact of a low-cost land certification programme on the productivity of female-headed households. The hypotheses tested... Read more
This working paper looks at the impact of an institutional intervention on market efficiency in Ethiopia. More specifically it examines whether regional warehouses that are connected to a national commodity exchange reduce transaction costs and price dispersion between regions. Read more
Research - 2014
Land tenure security has long been touted as key to increased performance of the agricultural sector in developing countries. This... Read more
Working Paper 148 Abstract This paper assesses the distinct impacts of weather and climate change measures on agricultural revenue of... Read more
Research - 2013
Working Paper 115 Abstract The paper analyses the impact of climate change and local social networks on farmers’ soil conservation... Read more
Research - 2012
Bangwayo-Skeete, P. F., Bezabih, M. and Zikhali, P. (2012). Natural Resources Forum, 36: 263–273. Read more
Policy - 2015
Headline issue Since developing countries typically have large agricultural sectors, the implementation of green agricultural policies can play a key... Read more