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From the ground up: Cultivating agriculture for nutrition

FEW SECTORS HAVE clearer links to nutrition than agriculture. Most simply, of course, agriculture is a source of food. Because many poor households around the world grow food that they both consume and sell for income, agricultural interventions can…

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Conclusions [In The political economy of agricultural policy reform in India]

This monograph has analyzed why so few political solutions to the problems of fertilizer supply and to the "electricity-groundwater conundrum" have emerged after more than a decade of reform efforts. With regard to fertilizer supply, the study…

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Introduction [In The political economy of agricultural policy reform in India]

Food production and agricultural development have been core areas of concern for policymakers in India since Independence. In the 1960s, food shortages and foreign-exchange shortages led to major political challenges after the United States decided to…