Two papers show how political circumstances and institutional prerogatives limit public spending.
Development programs should not assume merely addressing gender is enough to empower women: a more nuanced approach is needed.
A new book argues that reforms to agriculture can reduce poverty and fuel national economic growth.
At COP22 in Marrakesh, IFPRI researchers offer ideas on how Africa and the developing world can avert rising hunger and other climate impacts.
A pilot study shows that using smartphones to gather data can address obstacles to recall accuracy in household surveys and provide near-real-time information to policymakers and development practitioners.
Some ways Myanmar can unleash and diversify its agricultural sector while raising living standards.
An IFPRI researcher's estimate shows just a few days of widespread high temperatures will end up harming U.S. corn yields
In 2015, the World Bank awarded a $100 million grant to Nigeria for the implementation of a public expenditure action plan to reform the country’s agricultural sector. The Nigerian Federal Ministry of Finance drew heavily from IFPRI’s research during…
As the world confronts climate change, demand will increase for both bioenergy and sustainable food sources. Many assume these needs conflict. In fact, though, many synergies already exist between growing food and biomass for fuel, and good policies…
Asian Development Bank works with CGIAR in a broad coalition of partners to boost food production across the region