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Research in Uganda shows certfication schemes have education and gender equity benefits, but results vary considerably by program.
NAFTA has been a boon not just to commerce, but to the consumption of fruits and vegetables and to public health. New trade barriers could erase those gains.
An IFPRI specialized search engine shows crisis-driven coverage may contribute to price spikes.
Ethiopia's coffee trading exchange is thought to better link domestic with global markets. But a new study finds the effects are not so clear-cut.
New IFPRI research maps the vulnerability of local markets in 27 developing countries to volatile global prices.
New discussion paper analyzes current growth slowdown affecting the entire global economy and suggests that today's optimistic projections may be overrated.
The World Trade Organization this week hosted a public forum, “Seeking Answers to Global Trade Challenges”, which discussed the future of the multilateral trading system. The forum addressed four main topics related to global trade: food security,…
The following piece by IFPRI's Maximo Torero is an excerpt of a story that was originally posted on the Devex Global Views blog in honor of World Food Day (October 16). On World Food Day, it's time to remind ourselves that economic growth is only…