The REPEAT (Research on Poverty, Environment, and Agricultural Technology) project by the Empirical Research Unit at Center for Study of International Development Strategies of GRIPS in Tokyo makes public its panel data collected in Kenya, Ethiopia, and Uganda.
To see the questionnaires and the contact detail for data access, click DATA on GRIPS's webpage.
Monday, October 22, 2007
GRIPS REPEAT Project Panel Datasets
Posted by Masa at 9:24 AM
Labels: agriculture, Ethiopia, Kenya, micro data, subnational data, Uganda
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