Title Subtitle Author Pages body Table of content
Rationalizing governance of genetically modified products in developing countries Ademola A. Adenle E Jane Morris Denis J. Murphy Peter W. B. Phillips Eduardo Trigo Peter Kearns Yun-He Li Hector Quemada Jose B. Falck-Zepeda John Komen
Regulation of GMOs in developing countries: why socioeconomic considerations matter for decision-making Jose B. Falck-Zepeda Marnus Gouse
Agronomic performance of open pollinated and hybrid maize varieties: Results from on-farm trials in northern Ghana Joanna Van Asselt Federica DI Battista Shashi L. Kolavalli Christopher R. Udry
Migrant labor markets and the welfare of rural households in the developing world: Evidence from China Alan de Brauw John Giles
Unraveling reforms? Cotton in the 2018 Farm Bill Joseph Glauber
The Philippines energy future and low-carbon development strategies Md. Hossain Alam Mondal Mark W. Rosegrant Claudia Ringler Angga Pradesha Rowena Valmonte-Santos
Agriculture extension in Viet Nam: An assessment and reform options Pham Hoang Ngan Suresh Chandra Babu
The elephant and the dragon V.R. Renjini Manmeet Ajman Devesh Roy
Sustainable Development Goals: Strengthening rural-urban linkages is the key for India Shenggen Fan Pramod Kumar Joshi
Agricultural reforms: Why eastern India needs a Green Revolution Pramod Kumar Joshi Md. Tajuddin Khan