Adugna Anteneh Zegeye

Full Name Adugnaw Anteneh Zegeye
Academic Rank Assistant Professor, MSc
Education Background
  • MSc degree in Agribusiness and Value chain Management from Haramaya  University (September 2015 to July 2017)
  • BSc degree Agribusiness and Value chain Management  from Jimma  University (September 2011 to June 2014)
Working Experience
  • Assistant Professor, Department of Agribusiness and Value Chain Management, Injibara University, Ethiopia (November 10, 2022 to Now)
  • Assistant Professor, Samara University, Ethiopia (July 06, 2022 to November 09, 2022)Lecturer, Samara University, Ethiopia (July 05, 2017  to July 05, 2022)
  • Graduate assistant I, Samara University, Ethiopia (September 24, 2014 to September 28, 2015)
Research Interest
  • Market Chain Analysis
  • Agricultural Marketing
  • Agricultural Economics
  • Value Chain Analysis
  • Climate Smart Agriculture
  • Food Security

1.  Adugnaw Anteneh & Dagninet Asrat (2020). Wheat production and marketing in Ethiopia: Review study. Cogent Food & Agriculture6(1), 1778893.

2. Birara Endalew, Adugnaw Anteneh, & Kassahun Tasie (2022). Technical efficiency of teff production among smallholder farmers: beta regression approach. The European Journal of Development Research34(2), 1076-1096.

3.   Dagninet Asrat & Adugnaw Anteneh (2020). Status of food insecurity in dryland areas of Ethiopia: A review. Cogent Food & Agriculture6(1), 1853868.

4. Dagninet Asrat & Adugnaw Anteneh (2019). The determinants of irrigation participation and its impact on the pastoralist and agro-pastoralists income in Ethiopia: A review study. Cogent Food & Agriculture5(1), 1679700.

5.  Dagninet Asrat, Adugnaw Anteneh, Mohammed Adem, & Zewudu Berhanie (2022). Impact of Awash irrigation on the welfare of smallholder farmers in Eastern Ethiopia. Cogent Economics & Finance10(1), 2024722.

6.  Birara Endalew, Mezgebu Aynalem, Adugnaw Anteneh, & Habtamu Mossie (2023). Sources of wheat production technical inefficiency among smallholder farmers in Northwestern Ethiopia: Beta regression approach. Cogent Economics & Finance, 11(1), 2208895.

7. Adugnaw Anteneh, & Birara Endalew (2023). Determinants of teff commercialization among smallholder farmers: Beta regression approach. Cogent Social Sciences, 9(1), 2209987.

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