Authors:

Nienke M. Beintema and Ruben G. Echeverría

Year:

2020

Publisher

International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)

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The global health crisis due to Covid-19—with its poverty and food security implications, combined with ongoing food system, climate change, and ecosystem sustainability challenges—only reinforces the need for a robust international public research system focusing on applied agricultural research. Given its half century of historically recorded achievements through a broad network of global partnerships, the CGIAR will be well positioned to address these challenges, assuming it receives the necessary levels of funding to do so.

Authors:

Nienke Beintema

Year:

2020

Publisher

International Food Policy Research Institute

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2020 marks the 20th anniversary of the inception of ASTI. To highlight this important milestone, the program released a Series of Notes focusing on—and updating—some of the key advancements and insights ASTI data have enabled in the past 20 years. This note focuses on the evolution of women’s participation in agricultural research.

Authors:

Nienke Beintema

Year:

2020

Publisher

International Food Policy Research Institute

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2020 marks the 20th anniversary of the inception of ASTI. To highlight this important milestone, the program released a Series of Notes focusing on—and updating—some of the key advancements and insights ASTI data have enabled in the past 20 years. This note focuses on the prevalence of volatility in long-term funding (and hence spending) trends, largely stemming from high levels of donor dependence.

Authors:

Nienke Beintema

Year:

2020

Publisher

International Food Policy Research Institute

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2020 marks the 20th anniversary of the inception of ASTI. To highlight this important milestone, the program released a Series of Notes focusing on—and updating—some of the key advancements and insights ASTI data have enabled in the past 20 years. This note focuses on the challenge in many countries, particularly in Africa south of the Sahara (SSA), of disproportionate shares of PhD-qualified researchers in their 50s and 60s.

Authors:

Nienke Beintema

Year:

2020

Publisher

International Food Policy Research Institute

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2020 marks the 20th anniversary of the inception of ASTI. To highlight this important milestone, the program released a Series of Notes focusing on—and updating—some of the key advancements and insights ASTI data have enabled in the past 20 years. This note focuses on the prevalence of underinvestment in agricultural research among developing countries, especially those with small- to medium-size research systems.

Authors:

Nienke Beintema

Year:

2020

Publisher

International Food Policy Research Institute

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2020 marks the 20th anniversary of the inception of ASTI. To highlight this important milestone, the program released a Series of Notes focusing on—and updating—some of the key advancements and insights ASTI data have enabled in the past 20 years. This note focuses on the allocation of agricultural research resources, in terms of financial investment and researchers’ time, to different commodities and lines of research.

Authors:

Gert-Jan Stads, Pham Thi Nguyen, Tran Danh Suu, Alejandro Nin-Pratt, Pham Thi Xuan, Norah Omot, and Nguyen Van Bo

Year:

2020

Publisher

International Food Policy Research Institute, Asia-Pacific Association of Agricultural Research Institutions, and Vietnam Academy of Agricultural Sciences.

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The Vietnam country brief presents key agricultural R&D indicators in a highly accessible visual display. The brief also features more in-depth analysis of some of the key challenges that the country’s agricultural R&D systems are facing, and the policy options to address these challenges. It presents various future agricultural research investment scenarios and how these are projected to affect agricultural productivity growth.

Authors:

Norah Omot, Birte Komolong, Gert-Jan Stads, Raywin Ovah, Nguyen Thi Pham, and Alejandro Nin-Pratt

Year:

2019

Publisher

International Food Policy Research Institute, Asia Pacific Association of Agricultural Research Institutions, and National Agricultural Research Institution.

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The Papua New Guinea country brief presents key agricultural R&D indicators in a highly accessible visual display. The brief also features more in-depth analysis of some of the key challenges that the country’s agricultural R&D systems are facing, and the policy options to address these challenges. It presents various future agricultural research investment scenarios and how these are projected to affect agricultural productivity growth.

Authors:

Gert-Jan Stads, Cho Cho San, Aeintjue Kay Khing, Norah Omot, Nguyen Thi Pham, Alejandro Nin-Pratt, Duncan Boughton, Su Su Win, and Thanda Kyi

Year:

2019

Publisher

International Food Policy Research Institute; Asia-Pacific Association of Agricultural Research Institutions; and Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation.

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The Myanmar country brief presents key agricultural R&D indicators in a highly accessible visual display. The brief also features more in-depth analysis of some of the key challenges that the country’s agricultural R&D systems are facing, and the policy options to address these challenges. It presents various future agricultural research investment scenarios and how these are projected to affect agricultural productivity growth.

Authors:

Gert-Jan Stads, Roslina Binti Ali, Norah Omot, Alejandro Nin-Pratt, and Nguyen Thi Pham

Year:

2020

Publisher

International Food Policy Research Institute, Asia-Pacific Association of Agricultural Research Institutions, and Malaysian Agricultural Research Institute.

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The Malaysia country brief presents key agricultural R&D indicators in a highly accessible visual display. The brief also features more in-depth analysis of some of the key challenges that the country’s agricultural R&D systems are facing, and the policy options to address these challenges. It presents various future agricultural research investment scenarios and how these are projected to affect agricultural productivity growth.

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