Modeling district-level socioeconomic linkages and growth: Towards sustainable natural resource management in agricultural and pastoral systems under environmental stress and conflict in the Niger Delta region of Mali


D. Kabore; B. Traore; D. Taylor; P. Wythe; M. Bertelsen; D. Holland

Type of Document:
Conference Proceeding or Document


SANREM CRSP, University of Georgia

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Place of Publication:
Watkinsville, GA


Using an extensive data set collected in the study area this paper develops a Social Accounting matrix model for the Madiama commune within the Mopti region in northern Mali, in order to better understand and analyze: (a) the linkages among different stakeholders and institutions, (b) growth interactions between sectors in the commune, and (c) the impact of potential conflict mitigation policies. Policy scenarios are evaluated in order to provide information to the commune, which is the administrative unit that is empowered to make natural resource management decisions.

Additional Bibliographic Information

Paper presented at American Agricultural Economics Association Annual Meeting, 30 July-2 August 2000 SANREM CRSP Working Paper no. 01-03

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