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Per Pinstrup-Andersen, Di rec tor Gen eral, Ex Of fi cio, Den mark T he In ter na tional Food Pol icy Re search Institute is a mem ber of the Con sul-ta tive Group on In ter na tional Ag ri cul tural Re search and re ceives sup port from the 111 Ex plain ing Child Mal nu tri tion in De vel op ing Coun tries: A CrossCountry Analy sis, by Lisa C. Smith and(More)
T he In ter na tional Food Pol icy Re search Institute is a mem ber of the Con sul-ta tive Group on In ter na tional Ag ri cul tural Re search and re ceives sup port from the Asian De vel op ment Bank, 109 Ag ri cul tural Re search and Pro duc tiv ity Growth in In dia , by Rob ert E. T he In ter na tional Food Pol icy Re search In sti tute (IFPRI) was es(More)
EPTD Discussion Papers contain preliminary material and research results, and are circulated prior to a full peer review in order to stimulate discussion and critical comment. It is expected that most Discussion Papers will eventually be published in some other form, and that their content may also be revised. ABSTRACT This paper investigates the patterns(More)
EPTD Discussion Papers contain preliminary material and research results, and are circulated prior to a full peer review in order to stimulate discussion and critical comment. It is expected that most Discussion Papers will eventually be published in some other form, and that their content may also be revised. ABSTRACT This paper investigates the impacts of(More)
The International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) was established in 1975. IFPRI is one of 15 agricultural research centers that receive principal funding from governments, private foundations, and international and regional organizations, most of which are members of the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR). Notices 1(More)
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EPTD Discussion Papers contain preliminary material and research results, and are circulated prior to a full peer review in order to stimulate discussion and critical comment. It is expected that most Discussion Papers will eventually be published in some other form, and that their content may also be revised. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors would like to thank(More)
This paper assesses the potential impact of planting of eucalypt trees as a strategy to reduce poverty in a less-favoured area of the highlands of Ethiopia. Results from simulations with a bio-economic model for a less-favoured case study area in the highlands are combined with survey data at community, household and plot level to assess how general the(More)