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Effect of cassava genotype and planting pattern of vegetable cowpea on growth, yield and productivity of cassava/vegetable cowpea intercropping system

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Microsoft Word - Houghton report final.doc Economic Implications of Alternative Scholarly Publishing Models Exploring the costs and benefits John Houghton, Bruce Rasmussen and Peter Sheehan Centre for Strategic Economic Studies, Victoria University Charles Oppenheim, Anne Morris, Claire Creaser, Helen Greenwood, Mark Summers and Adrian Gourlay Information Science, LISU and Economics, Loughborough University January 2009 Economic implications of alternative scholarly publishing models: Exploring the costs and benefits JISC EI-ASPM Project A report to the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) John Houghton, Bruce Rasmussen and Peter Sheehan Centre for Strategic Economic Studies, Victoria University Charles Oppenheim, Anne Morris, Claire Creaser, Helen Greenwood, Mark Summers and Adrian Gourlay Information Science, LISU and Economics, Loughborough University January 2009 Contact: [email protected] [email protected] Acknowledgements The authors would like to acknowledge the support of the UK Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC), particularly Neil Jacobs, and thank the expert project review group, including Matthew Cockerill, Fred Friend, Malcolm Gillies, Paul Hubbard, Donald King, Danny Quah and Astrid Wissenburg for their comments and suggestions. The research team included Australian and UK-based groups. • The Australian team included John Houghton, Bruce Rasmussen and Peter Sheehan of The Centre for Strategic Economic Studies at Victoria University in Melbourne, together with Colin Steele, Emeritus Fellow at The Australian National University in Canberra; and • The UK team included Charles Oppenheim and Anne Morris of the Department of Information Science, Claire Creaser, Helen Greenwood and Mark Summers of LISU, and Adrian Gourlay of the Department of Economics, at Loughborough University. The team benefited from the very generous contributions of Bo-Christer Björ

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