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Prioritizing agricultural research for development

experiences and lessons

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Published by CABI in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Agriculture -- Research -- International cooperation

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by David A. Raitzer and George W. Norton.
    ContributionsRaitzer, David A., Norton, George W., C.A.B. International.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsS540.I56 P75 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22981720M
    ISBN 109781845935665, 9781845935689
    LC Control Number2009000112

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Systematic empirical analysis is needed to help guide limited public resources to those research areas that have the greatest potential to produce benefits for the poor and the environment. Focusing on priority setting practices utilised in different international agricultural research institutes, this book discusses real world experiences and innovations with priority assessment methods.

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Choice Experiments in Developing Countries: Implementation, Challenges and Policy Implications First Page; Full text PDF; References; Request permissions; Prioritizing Agricultural Research for Development. Priority assessment methods are relatively well developed for commodity improvement programs, however, innovation is needed for other, newer areas of research which have impact pathways that are harder to predict.

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Address the research needs of the agricultural sector through R&D networking. Background The Central Farm Research and Development is a centralized station compromised of five main sections: Administration, Livestock, Crops, Agro-processing and Agriculture Engineering.

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research results, events, and policy seminars. join our mailing list.1 Introduction 1. BACKGROUND. For nearly a century, scientific advances have fueled progress in U.S. agriculture. As one of the most productive sectors of the U.S. economy, producers have achieved dramatic increases in output with simultaneously reduced inputs (such as land, labor, and chemicals) (Wang et al., ).Today’s farmers produce food for far more people using less land than in.