KESHAV LALL MAHARJAN

Last Updated :2021/01/05

Affiliations, Positions
Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Professor
Web Site
E-mail
mkeshavhiroshima-u.ac.jp
Other Contact Details
"1-5-1 KAGAMIYAMA, HIGASHI-HIROSHIMA 739-8529, JAPAN", Japan
TEL : (+81)82-424-6947 FAX : (+81)82-424-6947
Self-introduction
MAHARJAN, Keshav Lall, graduate of Kyoto University, Japan, currently is Professor at the Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation, Hiroshima University, Japan, where he gives lectures for graduate students on subjects including Rural Economics, South Asian Studies, International Development and Cooperation Studies. He conducts weekly seminars at the graduate school that address pertinent issues in Agricultural Economics, Rural Development, Sustainable Development, Cultural Dynamics, Climate Change and Rural Livelihood Strategies, which include issues concerning natural resource management, food security, poverty dynamics, human resources, local governance, rural society and community dynamics and offers support for writing Master’s and doctoral dissertations. Some 28 students have received their Ph. D. from Hiroshima University under his direct guidance. He regularly receives research funds from various funding agencies to conduct research. He contributes to various related academic journals and has more than one hundred peer reviewed academic articles to his credit. He has published half a dozen books as an author or as an editor on the above issues from Springer and other publishers. He has also produced many books and journal articles in Japanese.

Basic Information

Academic Degrees

  • Doctor of Agricultural Science (Agricultural Economics), Kyoto University
  • Master of Agricultural Science, Kyoto University

Research Fields

  • Agricultural sciences;Agricultural science in society and economy;Agricultural science in management and economy
  • Agricultural sciences;Agricultural science in society and economy;Agricultural science in rural society and development
  • Humanities;Philosophy;Area studies

Research Keywords

  • Agricultural Economics, Rural Development, South Asian Studies, Nepal Studies

Educational Activity

Course in Charge

  1. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 4Term, Japanese Experience of Human Development-Culture, Education, and Health
  2. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 4Term, Japanese Experience of Human Development-Culture, Education, and Health[On-Demand]
  3. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 4Term, Rural Development
  4. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Intensive, International Cooperation
  5. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Academic Year, Special Study
  6. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Academic Year, Special Study (2020 October Students)
  7. 2020, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Academic Year, Special Study (Doctoral Course)
  8. 2020, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Academic Year, Special Study (2020 October Doctoral Course)
  9. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Second Semester, Seminar on Rural Economics
  10. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Seminar on Rural Economics
  11. 2020, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , First Semester, Seminar on Rural Economics I
  12. 2020, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , First Semester, Seminar on Rural Economics II
  13. 2020, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Second Semester, Seminar on Rural Economics I
  14. 2020, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Second Semester, Seminar on Rural Economics II

Research Activities

Academic Papers

  1. Marché as a Place for Interaction between Organic Producers and Local Consumers: A Study of Hiroshima Prefecture, Journal of Rural Problems, 56(4), 202012
  2. An Exploration of the Informal Credit Practices for Agriculture in Afghanistan: Reasons for Availing Informal and not Availing Formal Credit, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 26(1&2), 95-108, 20200324
  3. The Role of Credit Obtained from Input Suppliers in Farm Investment in Afghanistan, Journal of Contemporary India Studies: Space and Society, Hiroshima University, 10(1), 1-16, 20200324
  4. Climate-Smart Agriculture (CSA): A Systematic Assessment and Analysis of Policies/plans and Practices in South Asia, Particularly Focusing on Nepal and India, Journal of Contemporary India Studies: Space and Society, Hiroshima University, 10, 17-30, 20200324
  5. Impacts of Mainstream Hydropower Dams on Fisheries and Agriculture in Lower Mekong Basin, SUSTAINABILITY, 12(6), 20200302
  6. ★, Exploring perceptions and influences of local stakeholders on climate change adaptation in Central and Western Nepal, Climate and Development, https://doi.org/10.1080/17565529.2019.1664377, 20191110
  7. Local level socio-economic impacts and responses to the earthquakes 2015: A case of Kirtipur Municipality, International Journal of Social Sciences and Management, 6(1), 17-27, 20191025
  8. ★, Marketing and Trade of Agricultural Produce in India and Nepal, Marketing of Agricultural Produce in Indian Subcontinent and Prospective of Trade with Japan, 1-17, 20190331
  9. Fruits and Vegetables Market in India: Policies, Commission Agents and Farmers, Marketing of Agricultural Produce in Indian Subcontinent and Prospective of Trade with Japan, 31-44, 20190331
  10. ★, Marketing and Trade of Agricultural Produce in India and Nepal, Marketing of Agricultural Produce in Indian Subcontinent and Prospective of Trade with Japan, 1-17, 2019/3/23
  11. Fruits and Vegetables Market in India: Policies, Commission Agents and Farmers, Marketing of Agricultural Produce in Indian Subcontinent and Prospective of Trade with Japan, 31-44, 2019/3/23
  12. Value Chain Analysis of Potato in Nepal: Current Practice and Perception of Producers and Traders, Marketing of Agricultural Produce in Indian Subcontinent and Prospective of Trade with Japan, 55-69, 2019/3/23
  13. ★, Generalised Ordered Model for Conceptualising and Ascertaining the Determinants of Livelihood Satisfaction in Ghana, Journal of Happiness Studies (SCI journal), 19(4), 1195-1216, 2018
  14. Comparative Study of Household Economy and Food Security in Timor-Leste: A Case Study of Acumau and Mertuto Villages, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 24(1), 1-16, 2018
  15. ★, Climatic Change and Indigenous Knowledge and Practices with Reference to Traditional Water Resource Management in the Kathmandu Valley, Nepal, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 24(1), 17-24, 2018
  16. ★, Roles and contributions of community seed banks in climate adaptation in Nepal, DEVELOPMENT IN PRACTICE (SCI journal), 28(2), 292-302, 2018
  17. Roles and contributions of community seed banks in climate adaptation in Nepal, Development in Practice, 28(2), 292-302, 2018
  18. ★, STATE OF CLIMATE POLICIES, PLANS/STRATEGIES AND FACTORS AFFECTING THEIR IMPLEMENTATION IN NEPAL, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CONSERVATION SCIENCE (SCI journal), 8(3), 485-496, 201712
  19. ★, Review of Climate Policies and Roles of Institutions in the Policy Formulation and Implementation of Adaptation Plans and Strategies in Nepal, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 23(1), 41-54, 2017
  20. ★, Participatory vulnerability assessment of climate change impacts in Madi Valley of Chitwan District, Nepal, Cogent OA Food and Agriculture, 3(1), 1-20, 2017
  21. ★, Determinants of livelihood diversification in Ghana from the national livelihood strategies and spatial perspective, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 23(2), 75-90, 2017
  22. Indigenous peoples, indigenous knowledge and issues of indigenous peoples on climate change, particularly on REDD+ in developing countries, International Journal of Applied Sciences and Biotechnology, 5(3), 272-283, 2017
  23. Agrobiodiversity in education systems in Nepal, Proceedings of 2nd National Workshop on Conservation and Utilization of Agricultural Plant Genetic Resources (CUAPGR), 184-194, 2017
  24. Wild edible plants of Nepal, Proceedings of 2nd National Workshop on Conservation and Utilization of Agricultural Plant Genetic Resources (CUAPGR), 390-407, 2017
  25. Participatory assessment of livelihood resources and adaptations to climate change in Madi Valley of Chitwan district, Nepal, Proceedings of 6th International Conference on Climate Change Adaptation, 2017
  26. Delphi Expert Survey on Climate Policies, Plans/Strategies in Nepal, Preprints (www.preprints.com), 2017
  27. ★, Vulnerability of Chepang households to climate change and extremes in the Mid-Hills of Nepal, CLIMATIC CHANGE (SCI journal), 135(3-4), 521-537, 201604
  28. Systematic review of the research on climate change adaptation policies and practices in the least developed countries with special reference to Nepal, Proceedings of Fifth International Conference on Climate Change Adaptation, 61-67, 2016
  29. FACTORS IMPACTING ADOPTION OF ORGANIC FARMING IN CHITWAN DISTRICT OF NEPAL, ASIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURE AND DEVELOPMENT, 5(1), 1-12, 201501
  30. Traditional Water Resource Use and Adaptation Efforts in Nepal, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 22(1), 47-58, 2016
  31. ★, Farmers Land Tenure Arrangements and Technical Efficiency of Growing Crops in Some Selected Upazilas of Bangladesh, Bangladesh Journal of Agricultural Research, 40(3), 347-361, 2015
  32. Factors impacting adoption of organic farming in Chitwan district of Nepal, Asian Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development, 5(1), 1-12, 2015
  33. ★, Local Organic Market in Urban and Semi-Urban Areas of Nepal: A Case Study of Kathmandu valley and Chitwan district, Journal of Contemporary India Studies: Space and Society vol, 5, 39-49, 2015
  34. A Comparative Study of the Economic and Social Status of Women in Jyapu Community in Lalitpur and Bhaktapur Districts of Nepal, Journal of Contemporary India Studies: Space and Society vol, 5, 51-63, 2015
  35. Profitability of Crop Cultivation under Different Land Tenural Arrangements in some Selected Sites of Bangladesh, Bangladesh Journal of Agricultural Research, 39(3), 447-460, 2014
  36. Food Security Situation Analysis of Freed-Bonded Labourers (Mukta Kamaiya) in Nepal, Global Journal of Science Frontier Research (GJSFR:D), 14(5), 9-20, 2014
  37. ★, Crop substitution behavior among food crop farmers in Ghana: an efficient adaptation to climate change or costly stagnation in traditional agricultural production system?, Agricultural and Food Economics 2:16, 2, 2014
  38. ★, Role of Organizational Governance in Household Level Economic Indicators: Evidence from Community-Based Rice Seed Production of Nepal, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 20(3), 13-28, 2014
  39. Socioeconomic Analysis of Organic and Inorganic Farmers in Chitwan District of Nepal, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 20(3), 45-55, 2014
  40. ★, The Benefits and Challenges of Farming in Mixed Crop-Livestock Production Systems in Ala-Buka, Kyrgyzstan, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 20(3), 57-70, 2014
  41. Impact of Mass Media on Agricultural Development, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 20(3), 71-85, 2014
  42. Rural Sanitation Situation in Bangladesh: Some Experiences and Issues", Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 20(3), 87-94, 2014
  43. ★, Socio-economic factors influencing the adoption of soil conservation practices under rice-wheat system in the tarai region of nepal, International Journal of Social Sustainability in Economic, Social and Environmental Context, 9, 2014
  44. ★, Factors influencing households' behavior in selling rice seed in the market, Agriculture and Food Economics, Springer Open, 1-14, 2013
  45. Climate Change Vulnerability of Farmers at Local Level in Nepal, Cases of Chitlang and Namsaling VDCs, Journal of Rural Problems, 49(2), 347-350, 2013
  46. Rural Poverty Alleviation Programs implemented under Decentralization in Indonesia, Case Study of Three Villages in Purbalingga District Central Java Province, Journal of Rural Problems, 49(2), 351-355, 2013
  47. Assessing Climate Threat to Food Crop Production in Ghana, Journal of Rural Problems, 49(1), 143-147, 2013
  48. Technical Efficiency of Rice Seed Growers in the Tarai Region of Nepal, Journal of Rural Problems, 49(1), 27-31, 2013
  49. ★, Determinants of Adaptation Practices to Climate Change by Chepang Households in Rural Mid-Hills of Nepal, Regional Environmental Change (SCI journal), 13(2), 437-447, 2013
  50. Impact of Climate Variables on Revenue of Major Food Crops in Ghana: Ricardian Cross-Sectional Analysis, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 19(4), 5-16, 2013
  51. Socio-economic Determinants for the Adoption of Improved Rice Varieties in the Tarai Region of Nepal, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 19(4), 17-28, 2013
  52. Effects of Seasonal Changes and Forage Availability on Milk Yield of Cows among Smallholder Households in Ala-Buka, Kyrgyzstan, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 19(4), 29-36, 2013
  53. Prospect of Farmers in Generating Additional Income Through Organic Vegetable Farming: A case Study in Kathmandu Valley and Chitwan District of Nepal, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 19(4), 37-49, 2013
  54. Capacity Of Rural Institutions in Implementing Decentralized Development In Indonesia, Case of Three Villages in Purbalingga District, Central Java, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 19(4), 51-68, 2013
  55. Climate Variability, Local Environmental Changes and Rural Livelihood Systems: A Case Study of Three Coastal Villages in India, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 19(4), 69-88, 2013
  56. Co-operation of Local Communities in Kyrgyzstan for Betterment of Rural Development: Case Study in Issyk-Kul Oblast, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 19(4), 89-106, 2013
  57. Kitchen Gardening Practices through People's Participation: An Action Research Project of three Marginalized bagdi Villages in Bangladesh, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 19(4), 107-120, 2013
  58. Decentralized System and Budget Allocation for Rural Development in Indonesia, A Case Study of Purbalingga District, Central Java Province, Journal of Rural Economics Special Issue, 2012, 403-409, 2012
  59. Von der Schuldknechtschaft in die Armut: Die Situation von Mukta Kamaiya zehn Jahre nach ihrer, SuDasien, 32, 94-97, 2012
  60. Technical efficiency in wheat seed production: a case study from Tarai region of Nepal, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 19(1), 41-50, 2012
  61. Soil conservation practices for sustainability of rice-wheat system in Nepal: A review, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 18(4), 11-20, 2012
  62. Understanding the relationship between climate change and poverty in Nepal, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 18(4), Special Issue: 21-35, 2012
  63. Relationship between Climate Change Variables and Yield of Food Crops in Nepal, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 18(4), Special Issue: 37-54, 2012
  64. Comparison of Adaptive Capacity and Adaptation Practices in Response to Climate Change and Extremes among the Chepang Households in Rural of Mid-Hills Nepal, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 18(4), Special Issue: 55-75, 2012
  65. Community Participation in Decentralized Rural Development: A Case Study of Three Villages in Purbalingga District Indonesia, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 18(3), 99-110, 2012
  66. Trends in Livestock Population and Composition through Derived Productivity in Kyrgyzstan: A Case Study in Ala-Buka district, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 18(3), 159-176, 2012
  67. Determinants of Income and Consumption Poverty in Far-Western Rural Hills of Nepal, Journal of Contemporary India Studies: Space and Society, 2, 51-61, 2012
  68. Perceptions and Realities of Climate Change among the Chepang Communities in Rural Mid-Hills of Nepal, Journal of Contemporary India Studies: Space and Society, 2, 35-50, 2012
  69. Food security through organic agriculture: A global and national perspective, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 18(4), 3-10, 2011
  70. Spatial and Temporal Dynamics of Flora in Forest Grassland and Common Land Ecosystems of Western Chitwan, Nepal, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 18(2), 77-92, 2011
  71. Applied Ethnobotany Education in Nepal, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 18(1), 123-132, 2011
  72. Sustainability of community-based seed production enterprises in Nepal: Institutional issues, Nepal Agriculture Research Journal, 10, 33-40, 2011
  73. Rural Poverty Alleviation in Indonesia: Programs and the Implementation Gap, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 18(1), 13-22, 2011
  74. Meat Products Consumption in Indonesia, Journal of Rural Economics, Special issue 2011, 338-344, 2011
  75. ★, Projection of Livestock Products Consumption in Indonesia, Journal of Rural Problems, 47(2), 302-307, 2011
  76. Livestock Products Demand in Indonesia: Choosing between AIDS and Rotterdam Demand Models, Journal of Rural Problems, 26(2), 176-186, 2011
  77. ★, Determinants of household food security in Nepal: A binary logistic regression analysis, Journal of Mountain Science (SCI journal), 8(3), 403-413, 2011
  78. Collection and Marketing of Non-Timber Forest Products by Chepang Community in Nepal, The Journal of Agriculture and Environment, 12, 10-21, 2011
  79. Livelihood strategies of indigenous nationalities in Nepal: A case of Chepangs, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 17(2), 99-114, 2011
  80. Local Governance Institutions and Land Reform in the North East District of Botswana, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 17(2), 115-127, 2011
  81. Effect of climate variables on yield of major food crops in Nepal: A time-series analysis, Journal of Contemporary India Studies: Space and Society, 1, 19-26, 2011
  82. Socioeconomic Determinant of Livestock Product Consumption in Urban and Rural Java, Indonesia, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 17(1), 89-102, 2011
  83. Forest and food security of indigenous people: A case of Chepangs in Nepal, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 17(1), 113-135, 2011
  84. Production Economics of Rice in Different Development Regions of Nepal, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 17(1), 103-112, 2011
  85. Annual Subsistence Cycle of the Chepangs in mid-hills of Nepal: An Integration of Farming and Gathering, Himalayan Journal of Sociology & Anthropology, 4, 105-133, 2010
  86. Relationship Between Income poverty and Food Insecurity in Rural far-western mid Hills of Nepal, Nepalese Journal of Development and Rural Studies, 7(1), 59-70, 2010
  87. The Politics of Land Question in North Eastern Botswana in the Context of Southern Africa, The Social Sciences, 5(2), 128-138, 2010
  88. Poverty and food insecurity in Nepal: A review, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 16(2), 1-19, 2010
  89. The Land Question and Colonial Legacy in North-Eastern Botswana, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 16(2), 129-152, 2010
  90. Sustainability of community-based seed production enterprises in Nepal: Institutional issues, Nepal Agriculture Research Journal, 10, 33-40, 2010
  91. Relationship between Income-poverty and Food Insecurity in Rural Far-western Hills of Nepal, The 27th International Conference of Agricultural Economists, 2009
  92. Protracted People's War in Nepal: An Analysis from the Perspective of Azar's Theory of Protracted Social Conflict, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 15, 185-203, 2009
  93. Fancy Figures and Ugly Facts in Botswana's Rapid Economic Growth, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 15, 19-46, 2009
  94. Socio-economic Conditions and Participation in Community Based Forest Resource Management: An Analytical Study from Hills of Nepal, Journal of Rural Problems, 44(2), 63-68, 2008
  95. A Study on Rural Poverty Using Inequality Decomposition in Western Hills of Nepal: A Case of Gulmi District, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 14(2), 1-17, 2008
  96. Negotiating Peace in Nepal, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 14(1), 67-101, 2007
  97. Rural Poverty Analysis of Baitadi District in Nepal: An Inequality Decomposition Analysis, Nepalese Journal of Development and Rural Studies, 4(2), 16-35, 2007
  98. Study on Food Balance in Central Hills of Nepal, Journal of Rural Problems, 43(1), 184-189, 2007
  99. Assessment of food self-sufficiency and food security situation in Nepal, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 13(1), 209-230, 2007
  100. Institutional Changes in Forest Resource Management and Change in Forest Coverage in Nepal, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 13(1), 231-252, 2007
  101. Intervention on Livelihood Management through Community Based Organizations: Evidence from rural Nepal, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 13(1), 187-208, 2007
  102. Community participation in forest resource management" in Saxena, Journal of Mountain Science, 2(1), 32-41, 2006
  103. Food Insecurity and Coping Strategies in Rural Areas of Nepal: A Case Study of Dailekh District in Mid Western Development Region, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 12(2), 25-45, 2006
  104. Role of Forests in Household Food Security: Evidence from Rural Areas of Nepal, Annual report of Research Center for Regional Geography, 15, 1-28, 2006
  105. A Study on Dairy Farming of Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta Province, Indonesia, The Fourth Asian Conference of Agricultural Economists, 455-466, 2005
  106. A Study on Linkage Between Natural Resource Management and Well Being in Rural Nepal: An Entitlement Approach, The Fourth Asian Conference of Agricultural Economists, 609-708, 2005
  107. Feeding Traits Nutritional Status and Milk Production of Dairy Cattle and Buffalo in Small-scale Farmers in Terai, Nepal, Asian-Australasian journal of Animal Sciences, 19, 189-197, 2005
  108. Milk Marketing and Consumption Pattern in Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta Province, Indonesia, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 12(1), 89-106, 2005
  109. Role of Cooperative in Improving the Accessibility to Credit of Backyard Pig Raisers in Batangas, Philippines, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 12(1), 63-88, 2005
  110. A Study on Food Self-Sufficiency at Household Level in Nepal, Journal of Rural Problems, 41(1), 230-235, 2005
  111. Peasantry and Food Procurement in a Subsistence Village in Farwest Montane Chhetri Land of Nepal, Himalayan Journal of Sociology & Anthropology, 2, 73-98, 2005
  112. Dairy Production and Its Implication in Household Income in Nepal, Contributions to Nepalese Studies, 32(2), 213-241, 2005
  113. A Study of the Problems Confronting the Backyard Pig Raisers in Batangas Province of Southern Luzon, Journal of Rural Problems, 41(1), 236-241, 2005
  114. Issues of Nepal-India Trade : A Nepalese Perspective, Annual report of Research Center for Regional Geography, 14, 69-92, 2005
  115. Community participation in forest resource management in Nepal, Journal of Mountain Science Volume, 2(1), 32-41, 2005
  116. Dairying and Its Contribution to Farm Economy in Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta Province, Indonesia, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 11(1), 141-161, 2005
  117. Poverty Reduction Efforts in the Socio-economic Development Process of Nepal, The Economic Journal of Nepal, 27(3), 127-142, 2004
  118. Analysis of Traditional Pest Management Practices in Malawi: Case Study of Mbwadzulu EPA, Journal of Rural Problems, 40(1), 143-148, 2004
  119. Implementation of the Nicaraguan SGPRS at the Local Level: The Case of the Municipality of San Ramon, Journal of Rural Problems, 40(1), 154-159, 2004
  120. Participation of National Civil Society Organization in Policy Process: A Case Study of CONPES as a Venue in Nicaragua, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 10(2), 11-31, 2004
  121. Development of Dairy Cooperative and Its Impacts on Milk Production and Household Income: A Study on Bangladesh Milk Producers' Cooperative Union Limited, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 10(2), 87-101, 2004
  122. An Alternative Cropping System of Smallholders in Malawi: Towards Improved Food Production in Sangadzi Area, Journal of Rural Problems, 39(3), 30-41, 2003
  123. Building on Smallholder Traditional Farming Practices to Enhance Cost-effective Land Resources Conservation in Malawi: A Case Study of Sangadzi Area, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 10(1), 11-31, 2003
  124. The Effects of Altitude on Crop Farming and Cash Crop Use in Ilam District: Some Implications for Agricultural Policy, Contributions to Nepalese Studies, 30(2), 21-50, 2003
  125. Cooperative Services for Dairy Development in Bangladesh: A Comparative Study of Cooperative and Non-cooperative Villages, Journal of Rural Problems, 39(1), 112-117, 2003
  126. A Study on Cashcrop Farming and Farm Household Economy in Montane Area of Western Nepal : Focusing on Food Security, Annual report of Research Center for Regional Geography, 12, 135-158, 2003
  127. Contribution of Biogas Technology in Well-being of Rural Hill Areas of Nepal: A Comparative Study between Biogas Users and Non-users, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 9(2), 43-63, 2003
  128. Critical Elements of Supplier Development in The Malaysian Automobile Industry: Parts and Component Procurement and Supplier Development Practice at Proton, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 9(2), 65-87, 2003
  129. Institutional Expansion and Decentralization Efforts in Nepal: Retrospect and Prospect Sahabhagita, The Journal of Local Self-Governance and Development, 5(1-2), 21-56, 2002
  130. Role of Dairy Cooperative Services on Dairy Development in Indonesia: A Case Study of Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta Province, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 9(1), 17-39, 2002
  131. Katomanzu kinko no toshi furontia : Patanshi no machi keisei o jirei ni, Mita Journal of Economics, 95(2), 31-50, 2002
  132. An Examination of the Socio-economic Implications of Microfinance Programs: Towards an Alternative Approach in Nepal, Contributions to Nepalese Studies, 29(1), 97-127, 2002
  133. Milk Marketing Channels in Bangladesh, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 8(2), 87-101, 2002
  134. Socio-economic Impact of Promotion of Renewable Energy Technologies in the Hills of Nepal: A Perspective of Biogas Technology, Journal of Rural Problems, 37(4), 300-305, 2002
  135. The Role of Cooperative on Dairy Farming in Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta Province, Indonesia, Journal of Rural Problems, 37(4), 311-317, 2002
  136. Impacts of Dairy Cooperative on Rural Income Generation in Bangladesh, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 8(1), 91-105, 2001
  137. Pond Fish Production Through People's Participation in Rural Bangladesh, Journal of International Development and Cooperation, 7(2), 11-28, 2000
  138. A Study on Farming of Kathmandu Valley in Nepal, Journal of international development and cooperation, 4(1), 127-151, 1998
  139. A Study on Paddy Market Functionaries in Bangladesh, Journal of international development and cooperation, 3(1), 115-136, 1997
  140. A Study on Agriculture and Migration of Nepal, Annual report of Research Center for Regional Geography, 4, 1-27, 1995
  141. A Study on Farmers' Debt in Thailand, Regional and Cultural Studies (Bulletin of the Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences, Hiroshima University, I), 20, 101-122, 1994
  142. Study on Rural Economy of Bangladesh Part II, Regional and Cultural Studies (Bulletin of the Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences, Hiroshima University, I), 18, 75-103, 1992
  143. Study on Rural Economy of Bangladesh Part I, Regional and Cultural Studies (Bulletin of the Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences, Hiroshima University, I), 17, 259-295, 1991
  144. Perception of Rural Development in Bangladesh, Regional and Cultural Studies (Bulletin of the Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences, Hiroshima University, I), 16, 67-126, 1990
  145. Rural-Urban Interaction and Its Implication for Rural Development in Bangladesh, Japanese journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 28(3), 141-154, 1990
  146. Cropping Systems in Low-Lying Areas of the Bengal Delta, Japanese journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 28(3), 24-40, 1990
  147. A Case Study of Rural Occupation Structure in Bangladesh, Journal of Rural Problems, 24(3), 28-35, 1988

Publications such as books

  1. 2019//3//2, Marketing of Agricultural Produce in Indian Subcontinent and Prospective of Trade with Japan, The Open University of Japan, 2019, 3, Scholarly Book, Joint work, English (some chapters in Japanese), Maharjan Keshav Lall, Kawai Akinobu, 978-4-9910263-1-7, 83
  2. 2019//3, Socio-Economic Issues of Climate Change: A Livelihood Analysis from Nepal, Climate change, livelihood, developing countries, Nepal, indigenous nationalities, Chepang, adaptation, vulnerability, Springer Nature Singapore, 2019, 2, Scholarly Book, Joint work, English, Piya Luni, Maharjan Keshav Lall, Joshi Niraj Prakash, 978-981-13-5783-1, 202
  3. 2018, Development of Food Marketing System in Indian Subcontinent and its Possibilities of Trade Links with Japan, Development of Food Marketing System in Indian Subcontinent and its Possibilities of Trade Links with Japan, Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation, Hiroshima University, Japan, 2018, March, Scholarly Book, English, Keshav Lall Maharjan, editor
  4. 2018, Development of Food Marketing System in Indian Subcontinent and its Possibilities of Trade Links with Japan, Agricultural Produce Marketing Committee and Wholesale Markets in Delhi, Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation, Hiroshima University, Japan, 2018, March, Scholarly Book, English, Maharjan, K. L. and Sundas, B
  5. 2018, Development of Food Marketing System in Indian Subcontinent and its Possibilities of Trade Links with Japan, Understanding the Dynamics of Fruit and Vegetable Prices in Siliguri and Nearby Markets, Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation, Hiroshima University, Japan, 2018, March, Scholarly Book, English, Sundas B. and Maharjan, K. L.
  6. 2018, Development of Food Marketing System in Indian Subcontinent and its Possibilities of Trade Links with Japan, Marketing Dynamics of Vegetables in Kathmandu Valley Nepal, Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation, Hiroshima University, Japan, 2018, March, Scholarly Book, English, Maharjan, K. L., Singh, M. and Shrestha, R. P.
  7. 2018, Development of Food Marketing System in Indian Subcontinent and its Possibilities of Trade Links with Japan, North-south Agricultural Trade Dependence in Nepal and Reliance on Import, Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation, Hiroshima University, Japan, 2018, March, Scholarly Book, English, Joshi, N.P., Piya, L., Maharjan, K.L. and Tamang, D.T.
  8. 2017/03, Decentralization and Rural Development in Indonesia, Decentralization and Rural Development in Indonesia, Springer Nature, 2017, March, Scholarly Book, Joint work, English, Sutiyo and K. L. Maharjan, 978-981-10-3207-3, 162, 162
  9. 2017, Sustainability of Organic Farming in Nepal, Sustainability of Organic Farming in Nepal, Springer, 2017, November, Scholarly Book, Joint work, English, Singh, Mrinila and K. L. Maharjan, 978-981-10-5618-5, 208, 208, all
  10. 2017, Assessing community-based adaptation in central and far-western Nepal, Assessing community-based adaptation in central and far-western Nepal, Lambert Academic Publishing, 2017, December, Scholarly Book, English, S. K. Maharjan, K. L. Maharjan and E. R. Sigdel
  11. 2015/10, Community Seed Production Sustainability in Rice-Wheat Farming. Tokyo: Springer Japan, Community Seed Production Sustainability in Rice-Wheat Farming. Tokyo: Springer Japan, Springer Japan, 2015, October, Scholarly Book, Joint work, English, Khanal, N. P. and K. L. Maharjan, 978-4-431-55473-8, 177, all
  12. 2014, Communities and Livelihood Strategies in Developing Countries, Communities and Livelihood Strategies in Developing Countries, Springer Japan, 2014, Scholarly Book, Compilation, English, Maharjan, Keshav Lall editor, 978-4-431-54773-0, 178, all
  13. 2013, Geography of governance: Dynamics for local development, Vulnerability of farmers in Nepal: Case of Ilam district, nternational Geography Union Commission on Geography of Governance, 2014, Scholarly Book, Joint work, English, Shrestha. S.L., Maharjan, K.L.
  14. 2013, Climate Change, Agriculture and Rural Livelihoods in Developing Countries, Climate Change, Agriculture and Rural Livelihoods in Developing Countries, Springer Japan, 2013, Scholarly Book, Joint work, English, Maharjan, K.L. and N.P. Joshi, 978-4-431-54343-5, 180, all
  15. 2013, Understanding Maoist Conflict in Nepal: Initiatives of Civil Societies on Social Capital Development for Peacebuilding in Hills, Understanding Maoist Conflict in Nepal: Initiatives of Civil Societies on Social Capital Development for Peacebuilding in Hills, Lambert Academic Publishing, 2013, Scholarly Book, Joint work, English, Joshi, N. P., Maharjan, K. L. and Piya, L., 978-3-659-37254-4, 125, all
  16. 2012, Climate Change: Asian Perspective, Source of climate change, its impact and mitigation issues in Nepal, Rawat Publication, 2012, Scholarly Book, Joint work, English, Maharjan, K.L., Joshi, N.P., Piya, L., 978-81-316-0493-9, 267, 21
  17. 2006/09, Political and Social Transformation in North India and Nepal. Japanese Studies on South Asia No 6 , New Dehli: Manohar Publishers, 2006, 09, Scholarly Book, Cocompilation, 535
  18. 2006/08, Small-Scale Livelihoods and Natural Resource Management in Marginal Areas of Monsoon Asia , Dehra Dun: Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, 2006, 08, Scholarly Book, Cocompilation, 177
  19. 2005/12, New Challenges Facing Asian Agriculture under Globalisation , Malaysian Agricultural Economics Association, 2005, 12, Scholarly Book, Cocompilation, 791
  20. 2005/07, Social Dynamism in Contemporary Nepal , University of Tokyo Press, 2005, 07, Scholarly Book, Compilation, 415
  21. 2003/05, Country Study for Japan's Official Development Assistance to the Kingdom of Nepal - Beyond Poverty and Conflicts - , Institute for International Cooperation= JICA, 2003, 05, Report, Cocompilation, 245
  22. 2003/04, Translating Development: The Case of Nepal , New Delhi: Social Science Press, 2003, 04, Scholarly Book, Cocompilation, 312
  23. 2003/03, Peasantry in Nepal: A Study on Subsistence Farmers and Their Activities Pertaining to Food Security , Research Center for Regional Geography= Hiroshima University, 2003, 03, Scholarly Book, Single work, 122
  24. 2003/01, Animal Production and Total Management of Local Resources , Faculty of Animal Science= Gadja Mada University, 2003, 01, Scholarly Book, Cocompilation, 442
  25. 2002/05, Sustainable Agriculture, Poverty and Food Security , Jaipur:Rawat Publications, 2002, 05, Scholarly Book, Cocompilation, s.s.acharya surjit singh vidya sagar eds MAHARJAN,K, 430
  26. 2002/03, Basic Research on Sustainable Mountain Agriculture of Nepal , IDEC= Hiroshima Univ., 2002, 03, Report, Compilation, MAHARJAN,K L, 210
  27. 1997/03, Impacts of Irrigation and Drainage Schemes on Rural Economic Activities in Bangladesh , Special Publication No.34=Research Center for Regional Geography=Hiroshima University, 1997, 03, Scholarly Book, Single work, 246
  28. 1996/03, Final Report on Joint Study on Rural Development Experiment (JSRDE) Project , Bangladesh Academy for Rural Development, 1996, 03, Report, Cocompilation, 367
  29. 1995/11, Report of the Workshop on Final Review of Joint Study on Rural Development Experiment Project , Bangladesh Academy for Rural Development, 1995, 11, Report, Cocompilation, 194
  30. 1994/09, Anthropology of Nepal: Peoples, Problems and Processes , Mandal Book Point, 1994, 09, Scholarly Book, Cocompilation, MAHARJAN,K, 459
  31. 1990/06, Key Questions and Issues From Village-Based Studies 1986-1989 , JICA= Dhaka= Bangladesh, 1990, 06, Report, Cocompilation, 202
  32. 1990/03, Proceedings of The JSARD Workshop II, , JICA= Dhaka= Bangladesh, 1990, 03, Report, Cocompilation, 250
  33. 1989/03, Agriculture and Rural Development in Bangladesh: Phanishair Village in Chandpur , Japan International Cooperation Agency, 1989, 03, Scholarly Book, Single work, 155
  34. 1988/10, Agriculture and Rural Development in Bangladesh: Gobarchitra Village in Chandpur, , JICA= Dhaka= Bangladesh, 1988, 10, Scholarly Book, Cocompilation, 172

Invited Lecture, Oral Presentation, Poster Presentation

  1. Agricultural credit in Afghanistan: challenges and options, Masaood Moahid and Maharjan, Keshav Lall, Masaood Moahid and Maharjan, Keshav Lall, The JASAS 33rd Annual Conference, 2020/10/03, Without Invitation, English, The Japanese Association for South Asian Studies, Kyoto University (online)
  2. Understanding Organic Farmers' Decision Making Towards the Biotech Corn Technology: A Case Study in Laguna, Philippines, Clarisse M. Gonzalvo and Maharjan, Keshav Lall, Clarisse M. Gonzalvo, The 70th Annual Conference of The Association for Regional Agricultural and Forestry Economics, 2020/10/11, Without Invitation, English, The Association for Regional Agricultural and Forestry Economics, Kyoto University (online)
  3. What Farmers Expect from the Proposed Formal Agricultural Credit Policy: Evidence from a Randomized Conjoint Experiment in Nangarhar Province, Afghanistan, Masaood Moahid and Maharjan, Keshav Lall, Masaood Moahid, The 70th Annual Conference of The Association for Regional Agricultural and Forestry Economics, 2020/10/11, Without Invitation, English, The Association for Regional Agricultural and Forestry Economics, Kyoto University (online)
  4. Understanding the Factors Related to Adoption of Climate Smart Agriculture in Japan: A Case Study of Sado, Niigata Prefecture, Maharjan, K. L., International Workshop on Climate Smart Agriculture, 2020/10/24, With Invitation, English, National Institute of Technology Karnataka, Surathkal, India, Hiroshima University, Japan Tata Institute of Social Science, Hyderabad, India, online
  5. Do socio-economic household-level variables affect the adaptation decision of rural farmers? Evidence from Inland Districts of Odisha, Jena, P. R., Nayak, B. P. and Maharjan, K. L., Jena, P. R., Nayak, B. P., International Workshop on Climate Smart Agriculture, 2020/10/24, With Invitation, English, National Institute of Technology Karnataka, Surathkal, India, Hiroshima University, Japan Tata Institute of Social Science, Hyderabad, India, online
  6. Does access to Meteorological Information affect the Perception of Climate Change among the Rural Famers: A study from a drought-prone district of Odisha, Nayak, B. P., Jena, P. R. and Maharjan, K. L., Nayak, B. P., Jena, P. R., International Workshop on Climate Smart Agriculture, 2020/10/24, With Invitation, English, National Institute of Technology Karnataka, Surathkal, India, Hiroshima University, Japan and Tata Institute of Social Science, Hyderabad, India, online
  7. Research on Japanese-type Climate-Smart Agriculture that takes biodiversity into consideration: Focusing on the Case of Sado City, Niigata Prefecture, Maharjan, Keshav Lall, Nagata Akira, 70th Annual Conference of The Association for Regional Agricultural and Forestry Economics, 2020/10/10, Without Invitation, Japanese, The Association for Regional Agricultural and Forestry Economics, Kyoto University (online), Agriculture is seriously affected by climate change, and a source of emission that accounts for about one fourth of greenhouse gas emissions globally. The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) is leading Climate-Smart Agriculture (CSA), which integrates climate change adaptation, mitigation and productivity improvement. However, biodiversity conservation, another global issue, is not directly considered. On the other hand, in Japan, “Environmentally friendly agriculture” has been tackling climate change and biodiversity conservation in an integrated manner. In Sado City, Niigata Prefecture, agriculture that not only responds to climate change, but also considers biodiversity has been practiced for conserving Japanese Crested Ibis (Nipponia nippon). This has added value to agricultural products through certification systems and has improved agricultural productivity. Some details of such agriculture are highlighted here through the questionnaire survey conducted in 2020. Thus, it is necessary to promote Climate-Smart Ecological Agriculture which incorporates the concepts of biodiversity conservation into CSA and has more sustainable aspects.
  8. Understanding of Climate Resilient Agriculture and objective of this research: Towards comparative analysis of Japan and India, Maharjan, Keshav Lall, 124th Study Session of the "Development and Cultural Change" Forum, 2019 November 10, 2019/11/10, Without Invitation, English
  9. Climate-Smart Agriculture (CSA): A review and analysis of policies/plans and practices in South Asia, Maharjan, S.K. and Maharjan, K.L., The 4th HINDAS Seminar 2019, 2019/10/11, Without Invitation, English, The Center for Contemporary India Studies, HIroshima Univerisry, JApan, HIroshima Univerisry, JApan
  10. Agriculture Policy 2019, Odhisa, India, The 121st Study Session of Forum "Development and Cultural Change", 2019/07/15, Without Invitation, English, Graduate School for International Development and Coopeartion (IDEC), Hiroshima University, IDEC, Hiroshima University
  11. Moving Towards Climate Resilient Agriculture: Understanding the Factors Influencing Adoption in India and Japan, Key Concepts and Research Methodology, The 121st Study Session of Forum "Development and Cultural Change", 2019/07/15, Without Invitation, English, Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation (IDEC), Hiroshima University, IDEC, Hiroshima University
  12. Household economy and its contribution to the livelihood among the farmers in Dang-Deukhuri, Nepal, Maharjan, S. K., Maharjan, K. L. and Giri, C. R., Maharjan, S. K., Maharjan, K. L. and Giri, C. R., 2018 Annual Conference of The Agricultural Economics Society of Japan, 2019/05/05, Without Invitation, English, The Agricultural Economics Society of Japan, Hokkaido University, Japan
  13. Impact of Agricultural Credit in Farm Income and Crop Diversification in Balkh District, Afghanistan, Moahid, M. and Maharjan, K. L., 2019 Agricultural Economics Society of Japan Annual Meeting, 2019/03/31, Without Invitation, English, Agricultural Economics Society of Japan, The University of Tokyo
  14. Marketing and trade of agricultural products in India and Nepal: Some characteristics and issues, Maharjan, K. L., 2018 HINDAS 5th Regular Seminar, 2018/10/27, Without Invitation, English, The Center for Contemporary India Studies, Hiroshima University, Hiroshima University
  15. Newcomer organic farmers and alternative rural development models: towards a comparative study between Italy and Japan, Zollet Simona and Maharjan, K. L., Zollet Simona, 68th Annual Meeting of Association of Regional Agriculture and Forestry Economics, 2018/10/13, Without Invitation, English, Association of Regional Agriculture and Forestry Economics, Tokyo University of Agriculture
  16. Exploring perceptions of local stakeholders on climate change adaptation in mid and central Nepal, Maharjan, S. K. & Maharjan K. L., Maharjan, S. K. & Maharjan K. L., 5th World Conference on Climate Change, 2018/10/05, Without Invitation, English, London University, SOAS, London University, UK
  17. An Analysis of Maize Yield Response to Agrochemical Expenditure using the Generalized Propensity Score (GPS) Matching Approach, Mahama, T. A. K. and Maharjan K. L., Mahama, T. A. K. and Maharjan K. L., 30th International Conference of Agricultural Economists, 2018/08/01, Without Invitation, English, International Association of Agricultural Economists, Westin Bayshore Hotel, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  18. Women´s Participation in Vegetable Value Chain in Nepal: A Case of Potato Product in Kavre District, Adhikari, J., Thapa, D., Singh, M. and Maharjan, K. L., Adhikari, J., Thapa, D., Singh, M. and Maharjan, K. L., Agricultural Economic International Conference, 2018/06/05, Without Invitation, English, International Society of Agricultural Economics, NDRI, Karthmandu, Nepal
  19. North-south agricultural trade dependence in Nepal and reliance on import, Joshi, N.P., Piya, L., Maharjan, K.L. and Tamang, D.T., Joshi, N.P., Piya, L., Maharjan, K.L. and Tamang, D.T., Dissemination seminar on Development of Food Marketing System in Indian Subcontinent and its Possibilities of Trade Links with Japan, 2017/12, With Invitation, English, The Open University of Japan, Hiroshima University, Japan, Tribhuvan University, Nepal and Nepal Development Research Institute, Nepal, Kirtipur Hillside Hotel and Resort, Kirtipur, Nepal Kathmandu, Nepal.
  20. Marketing dynamics of vegetables in Kathmandu valley Nepal, Maharjan, K. L., Singh, M. and Shrestha, R. P, Maharjan, K. L., Singh, M. and Shrestha, R. P, Dissemination seminar on Development of Food Marketing System in Indian Subcontinent and its Possibilities of Trade Links with Japan, 2017/12, With Invitation, English, The Open University of Japan, Hiroshima University, Japan, Tribhuvan University, Nepal and Nepal Development Research Institute, Nepal, Kirtipur Hillside Hotel and Resort, Kirtipur, Nepal Kathmandu, Nepal.
  21. Understanding the dynamics of fruit and vegetable prices in Siliguri and nearby markets, Sundas B. and Maharjan, K. L, Sundas B. and Maharjan, K. L, Dissemination seminar on Development of Food Marketing System in Indian Subcontinent and its Possibilities of Trade Links with Japan, 2017/12, With Invitation, English, The Open University of Japan, Hiroshima University, Japan, Tribhuvan University, Nepal and Nepal Development Research Institute, Nepal, Kirtipur Hillside Hotel and Resort, Kirtipur, Nepal Kathmandu, Nepal.
  22. Agricultural produce marketing committee and wholesale markets in Delhi, Maharjan, K. L. and Sundas, B., Maharjan, K. L. and Sundas, B., Dissemination seminar on Development of Food Marketing System in Indian Subcontinent and its Possibilities of Trade Links with Japan, 2017/12, With Invitation, English, The Open University of Japan, Hiroshima University, Japan, Tribhuvan University, Nepal and Nepal Development Research Institute, Nepal, Kirtipur Hillside Hotel and Resort, Kirtipur, Nepal Kathmandu, Nepal.
  23. Determinants of vegetable farming as a main source of income among the vegetable growers in Nepal, Joshi, N. P., Piya L. and Maharjan, K. L., Joshi, N. P., Piya L. and Maharjan, K. L., 2017 HINDAS 4th Regular Seminar , 2017/10/21, Without Invitation, English, Research Center for Indian Studies, Hiroshima University, Japan
  24. A Study on Marketing and Markets of Fruits and Vegetables in Silguri, India, Maharjan, K. L., Maharjan, K. L., 2017 HINDAS 4th Regular Seminar , 2017/10/21, Without Invitation, English, Research Center for Indian Studies, Hiroshima University, Japan
  25. Analysing contribution of diverse income generating activities in the household economy among the farmers in Deukhuri Valley, Dang District, Maharjan, S. K. and Maharjan K. L., Maharjan, S. K. and Maharjan K. L., 67th Annual Meeting of Association of Regional Agriculture and Forestry Economics, 2017/10, Without Invitation, English, Association of Regional Agriculture and Forestry Economics, Kochi University, Japan
  26. The determinants of main livelihood strategies in Ghana, Mahama, T. A-K. and Maharjan K. L., Mahama, T. A-K. and Maharjan K. L., 67th Annual Meeting of Association of Regional Agriculture and Forestry Economics, 2017/10, Without Invitation, English, Association of Regional Agriculture and Forestry Economics, Kochi University, Japan
  27. Agricultural market development, its status and contribution in vegetable commercialization in Nepal, Joshi, N. P., Maharjan K. L., Piya, L. and Tamang, D. T., Joshi, N. P., Maharjan K. L., Piya, L. and Tamang, D. T., 67th Annual Meeting of Association of Regional Agriculture and Forestry Economics, 2017/10, Without Invitation, English, Association of Regional Agriculture and Forestry Economics, Kochi University, Japan
  28. Marketing of Vegetables in Kathmandu Valley, Nepal, Maharjan, K. L. and Singh, M., Maharjan, K. L. and Singh, M., 67th Annual Meeting of Association of Regional Agriculture and Forestry Economics, 2017/10, Without Invitation, English, Association of Regional Agriculture and Forestry Economics, Kochi University, Japan
  29. Participatory assessment of livelihood resources and adaptations to climate change in Madi Valley of Chitwan district, Nepal, Maharjan, S. K. and Maharjan K. L, Maharjan, S. K. and Maharjan K. L, Unique Conferences Canada, 2017/09, Without Invitation, English, International Center for Research & Development, Toronto University, Canada
  30. Wild edible plants of Nepal, Dangol, D. R., Maharjan, K. L., Maharjan, S. K., Acharya, A. K., Dangol, D. R., Maharjan, K. L., Maharjan, S. K., Acharya, A. K., 2nd National Workshop on Conservation and Utilization of Agricultural Plant Genetic Resources (CUAPGR), 2017/05, With Invitation, English, Association of Conservation and Utilization of Agricultural Plant Genetic Resources, Mirabel Hotel and Resort, Dhulikhel, Nepal
  31. Agrobiodiversity in education systems in Nepal, Dangol, D. R., Maharjan, K. L., Maharjan, S. K., Joshi, B. K., Dangol, D. R., Maharjan, K. L., Maharjan, S. K., Joshi, B. K., 2nd National Workshop on Conservation and Utilization of Agricultural Plant Genetic Resources (CUAPGR), 2017/05, With Invitation, English, Association of Conservation and Utilization of Agricultural Plant Genetic Resources, Mirabel Hotel and Resort, Dhulikhel, Nepal
  32. Indigenous peoples, indigenous knowledge and their issues on climate change, particularly on REDD+, in developing countries, Maharjan, S. K. and Maharjan K. L., Maharjan, S. K. and Maharjan K. L., International and regional Seminar on indigenous peoples and climate change, 2017/01/27, With Invitation, English, NGO Federation Indigenous of Nepal and European Commission, Kathmandu, Soltee Hotel, Kathmandu
  33. Experts opinions on the state and factors affecting implementation of climate policies in Nepal, 3. Maharjan, S. K. and Maharjan K. L., International Conference on Biodiversity, Climate Change Assessment and Impacts on Livelihood, 2017/01/11, Without Invitation, English, Soltee Hotel, Kathmandu, Nepal
  34. Food Security Climate Change and Adaptation, Maharjan K. L., Platform for Innovating Knowledge to International Know How and Bioinformatics Workshop, 2016/10/26, With Invitation, English, Sikkim University, India, Sikkim University, Tadong, Gangtok, India
  35. Systematic review of the research on climate change adaptation policies and practices in the Least Developed Countries with special reference to Nepal, Maharjan, S. K. and Maharjan K. L., 5th International Conference on Climate Change Adaptation,, 2016/10/16, Without Invitation, English, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada
  36. Climate change and maize yield: Do the autonomous adaptation practices have effect on maize yield?, K. L. Maharjan and Mahama Tiah Abdul-Kabiru, 9th International Conference of the Asian Society of Agricultural Economist, 2016/10/12, Without Invitation, English, Asian Society of Agricultural Economist (ASAE) and Kasesart University, Emerald Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand
  37. Prospect of organic agriculture in achieving food security in the least developed countries, Joshi, N.P., Maharjan, K.L., and Piya, L., 2nd Annual International Conference on Poverty and Sustainable Development, 2015/12/16, Without Invitation, English, Colombo, Sri Lanka
  38. Local organic market in urban and semi-urban areas: A case study of Kathmandu valley & Chitwan district, Singh, M., Maharjan, K. L. & Maskey, B., Regional Conference on Marketing and Innovation in Organic Farming, 2015/10/02, Without Invitation, English, Association of Marketing and Innovation in Organic Farming, Goesan County, South Korea
  39. Factors impacting adoption of organic farming in Chitwan district of Nepal, Singh, M., Maharjan, K. L. & Maskey, B., Regional Conference on Marketing and Innovation in Organic Farming, 2015/10/02, Without Invitation, English, Association of Marketing and Innovation in Organic Farming, Goesan County, South Korea
  40. Factors influencing organic farm income in Chitwan district of Nepal, Singh, M., Maharjan, K. L. & Maskey, B., 29th International Conference of Agricultural Economists, 2015/08/14, Without Invitation, English, International Association of Agricultural Economists, University of Milan, Milan, Italy
  41. Climatic and Socio-Economic Factors Influencing the Intensification of Rice-Wheat System: A Case Study in the Tarai Region of Nepal, Khanal, N.P. and Maharjan, K. L., 29th International Conference of Agricultural Economists, 2015/08/12, Without Invitation, English

Awards

  1. 2020/10/10, The Association for Regional Agricultural and Forestry Economics Special Award, The Association for Regional Agricultural and Forestry Economics, Socio-Economic Issues of Climate Change: A Livelihood Analysis from Nepal. Springer, 2019.

External Funds

Acceptance Results of Competitive Funds

  1. KAKENHI, 2015
  2. Bilateral Joint Research Project, Moving towards Climate Resilient Agriculture: Understanding the Factors Influencing Adoption in India and Japan, 2019/04/01, 2021/03/31

Social Activities

History as Committee Members

  1. Maharjan Keshav Lall, 2018/10, 2022/09, The Japan Association of South Asian Studies
  2. Maharjan Keshav Lall, 2018/10, 2020/09, Association of Regional Agriculture and Forestry Economics

Organizing Academic Conferences, etc.

  1. Development of Food Marketing System in Indian Subcontinent and its Possibilities of Trade Links with Japan, Chair of the executive committee, Jointly organized by The Open University of Japan; Hiroshima University; Natural History Museum, Tribhuvan University; and Nepal Development Research Institute, 2017/12, 2017/12

History as Peer Reviews of Academic Papers

  1. 2018, Journal of Rural Problems, Editor
  2. 2018, Journal of Rural Problems, Others, Reviewer, 2