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作者:... Arvind Upadhyay , Sushil Mohan , Nachiappan Subramanian
来源:[J].Production Planning & Control(IF 0.6), 2019, Vol.30 (5-6), pp.426-436Taylor & Francis
摘要:Abstract(#br)Mining is an economically important industry, which faces several environmental and social challenges. Other than operational improvement activities, mining companies are increasingly paying attention to reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) and maximise social welf...
作者:Sushil Mohan , Barry J. Mulholland
来源:[J].Climate, 2016, Vol.4 (4)DOAJ
摘要:This paper assessed the effect of projected climate change on the grain yield of barley in fourteen administrative regions in the United Kingdom (UK). Climate data for the 2030s, 2040s and 2050s for the high emission scenario (HES), medium emissions scenario (MES) and low em...
作者:... Tom BALL , Sushil MOHAN , Philip WHITE
来源:[J].Scientific Papers Series : Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and Rural Development, 2013, Vol.13 (2), pp.431-444DOAJ
摘要:Virtual water has been proposed as a mechanism with potential to reduce the effects of water scarcity on food security. To evaluate the role of virtual water in reducing the effect of water scarcity on food security, all components of the available water resource in agricult...
作者:Sushil Mohan , Barry J. Mulholland ...
来源:[J].Climate, 2016, Vol.4 (4)MDPI
摘要:This paper assessed the effect of projected climate change on the grain yield of barley in fourteen administrative regions in the United Kingdom (UK). Climate data for the 2030s, 2040s and 2050s for the high emission scenario (HES), medium emissions scenario (MES) and low em...
作者:Sushil Mohan , Alan Reeves
来源:[J].Oxford Development Studies, 2011, Vol.39 (1), pp.49-68Taylor & Francis
摘要:The volatility of coffee prices exposes coffee producers to price risk. Price risk is one of many risks faced by commodity producers in developing countries. Coffee is widely traded in the international commodity derivative markets. This offers scope for coffee producers to manag...
作者:Sushil Mohan , Sangeeta Khorana , Homagni Choudhury
来源:[J].Economic Affairs, 2013, Vol.33 (1), pp.48-64Wiley
摘要:Abstract(#br)The article uses the case study of coffee, tea and cocoa to analyse whether tariff escalation constitutes a barrier to market access that thwarts diversification efforts of developing countries into exports of value‐added agricultural processed products. It also...
作者:Sushil Mohan , Firdu Gemech ...
来源:[J].Qualitative Research in Financial Markets, 2016, Vol.8 (4), pp.288-304Emerald
摘要:Purpose(#br)This paper aims to estimate the welfare effects for Ethiopian coffee producers from eliminating coffee price volatility. (#br)Design/methodology/approach(#br)To estimate volatility, the generalised autoregressive conditional heteroskedasticity technique is applied to ...
作者:Sushil Mohan , James Love
来源:[J].Journal of International Development, 2004, Vol.16 (7), pp.983-1002Wiley
摘要:Abstract(#br)The paper investigates whether coffee producers can benefit by taking coffee production/marketing decisions on the basis of coffee futures forecasts. The methodology employed is to match futures and spot prices for the coffee futures contract traded at the inter...
作者:Sushil Mohan
来源:[J].Development Policy Review, 2007, Vol.25 (3), pp.333-354Wiley
摘要:Coffee is characterised by high levels of price fluctuation, which exposes producers to price risk. Its wide trading in international commodity futures markets offers scope for producers to manage the risk by hedging on these markets, the mechanism for which is based on the ...
作者:SUSHIL MOHAN
来源:[J].World Trade Review, 2007, Vol.6 (3), pp.397-411Cambridge U Press
摘要:Abstract It is commonly perceived that much of the initiative for removal of distortions in trade in agriculture has to come from the developed world. This generalization is not valid across all agricultural products, in particular for tropical products that are predominantly pro...

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