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An IFPRI specialized search engine shows crisis-driven coverage may contribute to price spikes.
The estimated societal costs of non-communicable chronic diseases caused by unhealthy diets, such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease, are now greater than those due to undernutrition in most regions of the world. Furthermore, according to a study…
New discussion paper analyzes current growth slowdown affecting the entire global economy and suggests that today's optimistic projections may be overrated.
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MTID partners with FONGS, a federation of farmers’ associations in Senegal, to build M&E capacity.
Learning through randomized control trials can be an ongoing process, and it does not stop at the conclusion of the study.
Export taxes are a commonly enacted policy worldwide. Export taxes are often applied as a food security policy, as the main effect of these taxes is to decrease the domestic price of a good.
− at least not in Randomized Control Trials Post by Alan de Brauw, Senior Research Fellow in the Markets, Trade, and Institutions Division
Microsavings reduces risk-sharing among women in Kenya