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Q&A with IFPRI Board Member Marcos Jank (Devex)

In an interview with Devex, new IFPRI board member Marcos Jank spoke about how the development community can support agricultural-product exporting countries to address the growing challenge of protectionism.

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India's Food Nightmare (Business Insider)

An investigative piece published in India's Business Insider refers to the Global Hunger Index to demonstrate the country's poor performance in reducing hunger and malnutrition. The author argues hunger in India "needs crisis management and a long…

Press Release

Study Shows Hydropower’s Surprising Downsides

A groundbreaking paper based on a collaborative project between IFPRI and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign finds hydropower and irrigation often come into direct competition. 

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Famine in Africa (Voice of America)

With the UN declaring some three million people in East Africa on the verge of famine, Voice of America's "Africa 54" spoke with Senior Research Fellow Ephraim Nkonya about how African nations can avoid such acute food crises. Nkonya explains how…

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Nigeria Needs Federal-State Synergy to Tackle Food Security (Naij.com)

Overlapping responsibilities between Nigeria's federal and state government levels has led to poor coordination in public spending, according to a report of a lecture by IFPRI Senior Research Fellow Tewodaj Mogues. She acknowledged current efforts to…

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Record Wheat, Foodgrain Output Likely in 2016-17 (Business Standard)

India is forecasting record wheat production in 2016 and 2017, according to a report in the Business Standard newspaper. IFPRI South Asia Director P.K. Joshi says that the reason for this record production despite demonetization is that 80 per cent of…

Press Release

For Growth to Continue, China Must Innovate

While China’s unprecedented late-20 th century growth was fueled by low labor costs and an enormous labor force, that easy growth is ending, argues a new article in the Journal of Economic Perspectives. “From ‘Made in China’ to ‘Innovated in China:’…

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Raw deal for small and marginal farmers (Financial Express)

While Bangladesh's agricultural sector provides an important economic growth engine, its growth rate has slowed from six percent to one percent in recent years. An important survey from IFPRI sheds some light on the culprit, according to Bangladesh's…