- Valdivia, C. J. L. Gilles, C. Jetté, R. Quiroz, R. Espejo.
and Adapting to Climate Variability: The Role of Assets, Networks,
Knowledge and Institutions.” In Insights and Tools for Adaptation:
Learning from Climate Variability. 189-199. NOAA Office of Global
Programs, Climate and Societal Interactions. Washington. DC.
- Valdivia, C., J.L. Gilles, R. Quiroz. Final
Report Project NA96GP0239 Title: Climate Variability and Household
Welfare in the Andes: Farmer adaptation and use of weather
forecasts in decision-making. Final Report submitted to NOAA’s
Human Dimensions of Global Change Research (HDGCR) Program, October 31.
University of Missouri Columbia.
- Valdivia C. and J. L. Gilles. 2003. “Coping and Adapting to
Climate Variability in the Andes: Strategies and Local Knowledge.”
the 2003 Open
Meeting Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change. 16-18
Montreal Canada. Search at http://sedac.ciesin.columbia.edu/openmeeting/
- Valdivia, C. and R. Quiroz. 2003. “Coping
and Adapting to Increased Climate Variability in the Andes.”
Selected Paper American Agricultural Economics Association. July
27-30, Montréal Canada.
- Corinne Valdivia,
Srinivasa Konduru, Andrew Raedeke, John Green. 2003. “The
Economic and Social Value of Flood Plain Agroforestry to Rural
Development Project: Land Owner Characteristics and Perceptions in
Southeast Missouri,” Department of Agricultural Economics Working
Paper No. AEWP 2003-9, November.
- Barreda, C., C. Valdivia and R. Quiroz. 2003. Diversification of
economic portfolios to deal with climate variability: Case study of
livelihood strategies in two Andean communities. In Rural Livelihoods
Variability: Insights for Adaptation to Longer Term Change. 2003 Open Meeting
Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change Research
16-18 October. Montreal, Canada.
- Valdivia, C. S. Hodge and A. Raedeke. 2002. “Rural
Livelihoods and Agroforestry Practices in the Missouri Flood Plains.”
International Farming Systems Association. Small Farms in an Ever
Changing World: Meeting the challenges of sustainable livelihoods and
food security in diverse
rural communities. Nov 17-20. Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Visit
- Valdivia, C., J. L. Gilles and R. Quiroz. 2002. Interim
Progress Report NA96GP0239 Climate Variability and Household
Welfare in the Andes. Submitted to NOAA Human Dimensions Program.
University of Missouri Columbia.
- Valdivia, C. and R. Quiroz. 2001. “Rural Livelihood
Strategies, Assets, and Economic Portfolios in Coping with Climatic
Case Study of the Bolivian Andes.” Social Organization and Land
Management Session, Integrated Natural Resource Management for
Sustainable Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries, 28-31 August,
International Center for Tropical Agriculture, CIAT, Cali Colombia.
- Valdivia, C. 2001. “Andean
Livelihood Strategies and the Livestock Portfolio.” American
Anthropological Association 100 Annual Meeting. Invited Session,
Contentments and Contentions: Living with Livestock. November 28-
December 2. Washington DC. Arlington VA.
- Valdivia, C., C. Jetté, R. Quiroz, J. Gilles, and S.
Materer. 2000. “Peasant
Household Strategies in the Andes and Potential Users of Climate
Forecasts: El Niño of 1997-1998.” Selected Paper American
Economics Association. July 30- August 2. Tampa, FL.
- Corinne Valdivia, Jere
L.Gilles and Susan Materer "Climate
variability, a producer typology and the use of forecasts: Experiences
from Andean semiarid small holder producers " Paper presented
at the International Forum on Climate Prediction, Agriculture and
Development. April 26-28, 2000. IRI. (HTML version here)
- Valdivia Corinne, Elizabeth Dunn and Jennifer Sherbourne. "Gender, Livestock
Peasant Production: Dairy and Diversification in Crop-Livestock Systems
an Andean Community", SR-CRSP MU. Earlier version in Spanish:
Ganado y Producción Doméstica Campesina: Ganadería
y Diversificación Económica en una Comunidad
165/ Technical Report 33/SR-CRSP 31/1995. November, La Paz Bolivia.
- Corinne Valdivia."Gender,
Livestock Assets, Resource
Management and Food Security. Lessons from the SR-CRSP."
presented at the Seventh International Symposium of Society and Natural
Resource Management. Columbia Missouri, May 1998.
- Valdivia, Corinne, Jere L. Gilles, Roberto Quiroz, and Christian
Variability and Household Welfare in the Andes: Farmer adaptation and
of weather forecasts in decision making." Project Research Proposal
- Valdivia, Corinne Valdivia and Christian
Household Strategies Technologies and Diversification in Andean Fragile
Lands." Poster presented at the 23rd International Conference
of Agricultural Economists. Sacramento. A paper version: Agricultural
Economics Working Paper 1997-6. Department of Agricultural Economics,
University of Missouri. December, 1997.
- Shida Henneberry Rastegari, Corinne Valdivia, and Betty L.Wells.
"Women in Higher Education:
Social Sciences at Land Grant Universities in the U.S."
Presented at the Conference on Women in Higher Education in Mexico, the
U.K. and the U.S. Mexico City, November 1998. A complete version
of this paper can be requested to ValdiviaC@missouri.edu.
- Njoroge Willy, Corinne Valdivia, Jane Wachira and A.N.
Mbabu "An Economic Analysis of
The Production of Contagious Caprine Pleuropneumonia (CCPP) Vaccine in
Kenya". Technical Report MU 96-03. University of Missouri
- Jennifer L. Sherbourne, Elizabeth G. Dunn, Corinne Valdivia and
Michael F. Nolan. Agropastoral
Production Systems, Intra-household Resource Allocation and Household
Member's Domains: Five Case Studies from the Community of San
José Llanga". IBTA 171/ Technical Report 39/ SR-CRSP/