Title Subtitle Author Pages body Table of content
Investigating the significance of the data collection period of household consumption and expenditures surveys for food and nutrition policymaking: Analysis of the 2010 Bangladesh household income and expenditure survey Reina Engle-Stone Celeste Sununtnasuk John L. Fiedler
The impact of new Rice for Africa (NERICA) adoption on household food security and health in the Gambia Lamin Dibba Manfred Zeller Aliou Diagne
Vers la réalisation du droit à une éducation de qualité pour tous Wim Marivoet
When prosperity leads to disaffection: Evidence from Pakistan Katrina Kosec Cecilia Hyunjung Mo Andrew Healy
The “Discouraged Worker Effect” in public works programs: Evidence from the MGNREGA in India Sudha Narayanan Upasak Das Yanyan Liu Christopher B. Barrett
Open Access and Open Data at CGIAR: Challenges and solutions Medha Devare Megan Zandstra Abby Clobridge Michelle Fotsy David Abreu Elizabeth Arnaud Paul Baraka Enrico Bonaiuti Srinivasarao Chukka Ibnou Dieng Kate Dreher Sufiet Erlita Henry Juarez Soonho Kim Jawoo Koo Usman Muchlish Martin Müller Leroy Mwanzia Jane Poole Salman Siddiqui knowledge with other data, and information managers across CGIAR
16
...
Growth of modern service providers for the African agricultural sector: An insight from a public irrigation scheme in Ghana Hiroyuki Takeshima John Agandin Shashidhara Kolavalli
60
...
The changing structure of Africa's economies Xinshen Diao Kenneth Harttgen Margaret S. McMillan
Irrigation, risk aversion, and water right priority under water supply uncertainty Man Li Wenchao Xu Mark W. Rosegrant
...
Can household-based food consumption surveys be used to make inferences about nutrient intakes and inadequacies? A Bangladesh case study Celeste Sununtnasuk John L. Fiedler

Pages