Publications, presentations and pictures

Last changed: 18 April 2023

Here we present some results of the project. The presentations are from a 2018 workshop in Nairobi in collaboration with FAO at the startup of the project, and from a workshop roundtrip in 2022 with four workshops, one for each of the four studied counties (West Pokot, Baringo, Laikipia and Isiolo) to present results to local stakeholders”. The photos are from the 2018 workshop and from a focus group meeting in Laikipia to develop the survey instrument.


Journal Articles

Bostedt, G., Mukoya, L., Muricho, D., & Nyberg, G. (2021). Saving and borrowing behaviour among agropastoralists in West Pokot County, Kenya. Journal of International Development, 33(6), 1043-1062.

Bostedt, G., Sandorf, E. D., Mureithi, S. M., & Muricho, D. N. (2022). Unravelling the pastoralist paradox–preferences for land tenure security and flexibility in Kenya. Environment and Development Economics, 1-23.

Knutsson, P., Mureithi, S., Wredle, E., & Nyberg, G. (2021). Perspectives on enclosures in pastoralist drylands: From contradictory evidence to the formulation of innovative land management strategies. World Development Perspectives, 23, 100351.

Mohamed Sala, S., Otieno, D. J., Nzuma, J., & Mureithi, S. M. (2020). Determinants of pastoralists’ participation in commercial fodder markets for livelihood resilience in drylands of northern Kenya: Case of Isiolo. Pastoralism,10(1), 1-16.

Master Thesis

Chepkemoi Ritah Setey (2020): An Economic Evaluation of the Role of Land and Livestock Dynamics in Livelihood Diversification in Baringo County, Kenya. Master’s Thesis, Dept. of Agricultural Economics, University of Nairobi, Kenya.

Cirani, M. (2020). Pokot Young Pastoralists at the Crossroads-Tradition, Modernity and Land Tenure Transformations in East Pokot, Kenya. Master Thesis in Global Studies, School of Global Studies, University of Gothenburg.

Linet Cherono Rutoh (2019): Determinants of Agro-Pastoralist’s Participation in Emerging Land Markets and its Effects on Livelihoods in Laikipia and West Pokot Counties, Kenya. Master’s Thesis, Dept. of Agricultural Economics, University of Nairobi, Kenya.


Land tenure workshop 2018.pdf

Paradox workshop - dryland scenarios.pdf

Paradox workshop - survey results.pdf

Paradox workshop - tenure research.pdf

Paradox-intro final workshop 2022.pdf



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