A survey of rural communities in Nigeria shows some ways agricultural programs can encourage better use of ecosystem services in pest control and other areas.
An interactive game offers insights into how farmers cooperate – and sometimes don't – moving to ecosystem-based pest control.
A paper by researchers from IFPRI and the World Bank shows improvements in both commerce and welfare.
Two papers show how political circumstances and institutional prerogatives limit public spending.
A guide to IFPRI's comprehensive, revealing household survey.
New IFPRI data show this traditional practice has declined, which should have positive social and health benefits.
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.
A close look at health-based conditional cash transfers in Tanzania reveals important nuances in how such increasingly popular programs work.
A new paper models how outbreaks of rice disease in Asia might play out, and how policymakers can respond.
Policies to boost agricultural productivity in Myanmar should focus on the problems of smallholder farmers. What IFPRI research shows about Mon State.