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Agriculture

 

rural agric landscapeMore than 75% of the world's poor live in rural areas. World Bank research on agriculture and rural development is multi-sectoral and focused on improving the well-being of rural people by building their productive, social, and environmental assets.
Contact: Michael Toman, Research Manager
 
 Research Themes 


Agricultural Growth and Productivity
This research investigates the role markets, risk and policy play in determining rural livelihood strategies and the adoption of agricultural technologies and the consequences of these outcomes for productivity and rural incomes.

Impact and Adaptation to Climate Change 
This research focuses on climate-agriculture-poverty nexus and ways to assess impacts and adaptation. This project focuses on the poverty impact of changing climate volatility in Southern and Eastern Africa.

 Related Research
 Policy Research Working Papers
For more policy research working papers from the World Bank's institutional archives search here using the author's last name, title, or working paper number ("wpsxxxx").
WPS6466Estimating quarterly poverty rates using labor force surveys : a primerDouidich, Mohamed; Ezzrari, Abdeljaouad; Van der Weide, Roy; Verme, Paolo2013/05
WPS6433Political economy of public policies : insights from distortions to agricultural and food marketsAnderson, Kym; Rausser, Gordon; Swinnen, Johan2013/05
WPS6412Food prices, wages, and welfare in rural IndiaJacoby, Hanan G.2013/04
WPS6393Food price volatility and domestic stabilization policies in developing countriesGouel, Christophe2013/03
WPS6261Agricultural trade : what matters in the Doha round ?Laborde, David; Martin, Will2012/11
WPS6206Distortions to agriculture and economic growth in Sub-Saharan AfricaAnderson, Kym; Bruckner, Markus2012/09
WPS5943Optimal food price stabilization in a small open developing countryGouel, Christophe; Jean, Sebastien2012/01
WPS5928Reducing distortions in international commodity markets : an agenda for multilateral cooperationHoekman, Bernard; Martin, Will2012/01
WPS5865Can social safety nets alleviate seasonal deprivation ? evidence from northwest BangladeshKhandker, Shahidur R.; Khaleque, M. Abdul; Samad, Hussain A.2011/10
WPS5665Measuring the impacts of global trade reform with optimal aggregators of distortionsLaborde, David; Martin, Will; van der Mensbrugghe, Dominique2011/05

 




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