Jim Oehmke

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T he In ter na tional Food Pol icy Re search In sti tute (IFPRI) is one of 16 Future Har vest cen ters and re ceives its prin ci pal fund ing from 58 gov ern-ments, pri vate foun da tions, and in ter na tional and re gional or gani za tions known as the Con sul ta tive Group on In ter na tional Ag ri cul tural Re search. IFPRI receives sup port from the 109(More)
  • James A Sterns, Richard H Bernsten, Carl Liedholm, Michael T Weber, Doyle Baker, Russ Freed +7 others
  • 1999
Editors The MSU International Development Paper series is designed to further the comparative analysis of international development activities in Africa, Latin America, Asia, and the Near East. The papers report research findings on historical, as well as contemporary, international development problems. The series includes papers on a wide range of topics,(More)
  • Rita Laker-Ojok, Carl Liedholm, Michael T Weber, Bernard Bashaasha, Ms Elizabeth Balirwa, Mr Godfrey +8 others
  • 1994
Editors The MSU International Development Paper series is designed to further the comparative analysis of international development activities in Africa, Latin America, Asia, and the Near East. The papers report research findings on historical, as well as contemporary, international development problems. The series includes papers on a wide range of topics,(More)
  • Rita Laker-Ojok, Carl Liedholm, Michael T Weber, Bernard Bashaasha, Ms Elizabeth Balirwa, Mr Godfrey +8 others
  • 1999
Editors The MSU International Development Paper series is designed to further the comparative analysis of international development activities in Africa, Latin America, Asia, and the Near East. The papers report research findings on historical, as well as contemporary, international development problems. The series includes papers on a wide range of topics,(More)
In 2010 the United States government launched its Feed the Future Initiative to address global hunger and food insecurity. The initiative was designed to reduce poverty through agriculturally-led economic growth in developing countries, under the development hypothesis that higher incomes for the poor would lead to improved food security. USAID is now(More)
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