The World Food Programme's aid spending has more than doubled since 2009. Participants at an IFPRI event discuss what that means for the future of food assistance.
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IFPRI's Director General on how China can reorient its agriculture and food systems to confront problems such as overnutrition, grain surpluses, and soil degradation.
At the IFPRI staff retreat, Shanta Devarajan of the World Bank explains how well-intentioned fixes for market failures too often result in government failures.
Nancy Roman of the Partnership for a Healthier America on how to reform America's food assistance programs.
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