• Project Papers and Notes
    Drawing from comprehensive datasets derived from primary surveys, this report reviews the major institutional developments and investment and human resource trends in public agricultural research and development (R&D) in the seven countries ...
  • Project Papers and Notes
    New quantitative evidence presented in this report demonstrates that total public agricultural R&D spending in Asia–Pacific increased by 50 percent, from $8.2 billion in 1996 to $12.3 billion in 2008 (in 2005 PPP prices). Most of this growth ...
  • Project Papers and Notes
    This report reviews the major investment trends, human resource trends, and institutional developments in public agricultural research and development (R&D) in 11 countries of the Asia-Pacific region, drawing from comprehensive datasets ...
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    Tomando series de datos provenientes encuestas primarias, este reporte hace una revisión de los principales tendencias en desarrollos institucionales, inversiones y recurso humano en investigación y desarrollo (I&D) agropecuario del sector ...
  • Project Papers and Notes
    E n 2006, la región LAC empleaba a más de 19.000 investigadores ETC en agricultura e invirtió 3.000 millones $ en I&D agropecuario (en precios constantes de 2005), lo que corresponde a un 1,14 por ciento de la producción agrícola total de la ...
  • IFPRI Briefs
    This brief provides an overview of the major investment trends in agricultural research in Central America since the early 1980s, drawing on a new set of data developed through a comprehensive survey by the International Food Policy Research ...
  • Project Papers and Notes
    Revised calculations of global agricultural research and development (R&D) spending show that the world is investing less in agricultural research than previously thought. In addition, the agricultural R&D spending of developing countries ...
  • Project Papers and Notes
    This report analyzes input indicators of public agricultural R&D for five South Asian countries: Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. It presents trends and challenges with regard to agricultural R&D investments and human ...
  • Project Papers and Notes
    Revised data analyses for the Asia–Pacific and Latin America and the Caribbean regions, along with initial analyses for Sub-Saharan Africa that have yet to be finalized, indicate that—more than ever—the knowledge divide among rich and poor ...
  • Project Papers and Notes
    In 2006, LAC as a whole employed more than 19,000 FTE researchers in agriculture and invested $3.0 billion in agricultural R&D (in 2005 constant prices), which corresponds to 1.14 percent of the region’s total agricultural output. ...