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The International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) provides evidence-based policy solutions to sustainably reduce poverty and end hunger and malnutrition in developing countries. IFPRI publishes its research in multiple formats and the publications and datasets are available to everyone free of charge. We provide free copies of IFPRI books to university instructors who wish to use them in their class.  You can request printed copies by email, and we’ll ship them to you while supplies last.
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New Book Explores How Developing Economies Can Stimulate Growth

 
Structural Change, Fundamentals, and Growth: A Framework and Case Studies lays out a unifying framework for thinking about economic growth as a combination of two challenges. The “structural change challenge” is one of moving resources from traditional, low-productivity activities into modern, high-productivity industries. The “fundamentals challenge” faced by policy makers in the developing world is about how to best develop broad capabilities such as human capital and infrastructure. Read more or watch the book launch discussion.
 
 
 

IFPRI Introduces New Global Data Tool 

 
Last week, the Ag-Incentives Consortium launched a new online database, facilitated by IFPRI, that aggregates agricultural policy data into an interactive tool. Ag-Incentives brings together data from IFPRI, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, the Inter-American Development Bank, and the World Bank to guide more informed policy. To learn more, visit the Consortium's new website or watch the introductory video for the project. 
 
 
 

Informal Food Markets Under Attack in Africa’s Growing Cities

 
Informal markets and street vendors play a critical role in providing food and income in many African cities. But draconian, and often violent, enforcement of laws deeming informal activity illegal threatens food and economic security. IFPRI senior research fellow Danielle Resnick suggests that rather than shutting down informal markets, which often leads to violent conflict, governments should work with vendors to improve food safety and meet the demand of ballooning urban populations. Read more.
 
Oanh Do - Faculty of Agronomy
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