|Links between rural poverty and the environment in developing countries: asset categories and investment poverty|
T Reardon, SA Vosti
World development 23 (9), 1495-1506, 1995
|Slash-and-burn agriculture: the search for alternatives|
C Palm, SA Vosti, PA Sanchez, PJ Ericksen
Columbia University Press, 2005
|Sustainability, growth, and poverty alleviation: A policy and agroecological perspective|
SA Vosti, TA Reardon
Intl Food Policy Res Inst, 2007
|Mitigating GHG emissions in the humid tropics: case studies from the Alternatives to Slash-and-Burn Program (ASB)|
C Palm, T Tomich, M Van Noordwijk, S Vosti, J Gockowski, J Alegre, ...
Environment, Development and Sustainability 6 (1), 145-162, 2004
|Agricultural development with rainforest conservation: methods for seeking best bet alternatives to slash‐and‐burn, with applications to Brazil and Indonesia|
TP Tomich, M van Noordwijk, SA Vosti, J Witcover
Agricultural Economics 19 (1-2), 159-174, 1998
|Farm subsidies and obesity in the United States: National evidence and international comparisons|
JM Alston, DA Sumner, SA Vosti
Food policy 33 (6), 470-479, 2008
|Ecosystem services, agriculture, and rural poverty in the Eastern Brazilian Amazon: Interrelationships and policy prescriptions|
J Boerner, A Mendoza, SA Vosti
Ecological economics 64 (2), 356-373, 2007
|Lipid-based nutrient supplement increases the birth size of infants of primiparous women in Ghana|
S Adu-Afarwuah, A Lartey, H Okronipa, P Ashorn, M Zeilani, JM Peerson, ...
The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 101 (4), 835-846, 2015
|The impact of lipid-based nutrient supplement provision to pregnant women on newborn size in rural Malawi: a randomized controlled trial|
P Ashorn, L Alho, U Ashorn, YB Cheung, KG Dewey, U Harjunmaa, ...
The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 101 (2), 387-397, 2015
|Agricultural intensification by smallholders in the western Brazilian Amazon: from deforestation to sustainable land use|
SA Vosti, J Witcover, CL Carpentier
Intl Food Policy Res Inst, 2002
|Small-quantity lipid-based nutrient supplements, regardless of their zinc content, increase growth and reduce the prevalence of stunting and wasting in young Burkinabe children …|
SY Hess, S Abbeddou, EY Jimenez, JW Somé, SA Vosti, ZP Ouédraogo, ...
PloS one 10 (3), e0122242, 2015
|Supplementation of maternal diets during pregnancy and for 6 months postpartum and infant diets thereafter with small-quantity lipid-based nutrient supplements does not promote …|
P Ashorn, L Alho, U Ashorn, YB Cheung, KG Dewey, A Gondwe, ...
The Journal of nutrition 145 (6), 1345-1353, 2015
|Intensified production systems on western Brazilian Amazon settlement farms: could they save the forest?|
CL Carpentier, SA Vosti, J Witcover
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 82 (1-3), 73-88, 2000
|Babies, soft drinks and snacks: a concern in low‐and middle‐income countries?|
SL Huffman, EG Piwoz, SA Vosti, KG Dewey
Maternal & child nutrition 10 (4), 562-574, 2014
|A spatially distributed hydroeconomic model to assess the effects of drought on land use, farm profits, and agricultural employment|
MP Maneta, MO Torres, WW Wallender, S Vosti, R Howitt, L Rodrigues, ...
Water Resources Research 45 (11), 2009
|Brazil: forests in the balance: challenges of conservation with development|
World Bank Publications, 2000
|Small-quantity, lipid-based nutrient supplements provided to women during pregnancy and 6 mo postpartum and to their infants from 6 mo of age increase the mean attained length …|
S Adu-Afarwuah, A Lartey, H Okronipa, P Ashorn, JM Peerson, M Arimond, ...
The American journal of clinical nutrition 104 (3), 797-808, 2016
|Lipid-based nutrient supplements for pregnant women reduce newborn stunting in a cluster-randomized controlled effectiveness trial in Bangladesh|
MK Mridha, SL Matias, CM Chaparro, RR Paul, S Hussain, SA Vosti, ...
The American journal of clinical nutrition 103 (1), 236-249, 2016
|Intensified small-scale livestock systems in the Western Brazilian Amazon.|
SA Vosti, CL Carpentier, J Witcover, JF Valentim
Agricultural technologies and tropical deforestation, 113-133, 2001
|Are agricultural policies making us fat? Likely links between agricultural policies and human nutrition and obesity, and their policy implications|
JM Alston, DA Sumner, SA Vosti
Review of Agricultural Economics 28 (3), 313-322, 2006