Economía Agroalimentaria

Notas de política de la FAO sobre la economía del desarrollo agrícola

ISSN 2520-6540

The FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Briefs series covers policy messages and recommendations from across the Agricultural Development Economics Division focusing on different themes, such as food security and nutrition global trends and governance; food security and resilience; sustainable markets, agribusinesses and rural transformations; and climate-smart agriculture

FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Brief 30
Nota de política, 2020
North Macedonia’s ambition to join the European Union (EU) makes it necessary to reform the agricultural sector, such that it aligns with the EU Common Agricultural Policy (CAP). This involves the “decoupling” of farm subsidies,...
Disponible en:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Brief 29
Nota de política, 2020
Coffee is one of the key agricultural commodities in the Government of Uganda’s pursuance of economic growth and job creation, especially for the rapidly expanding youth population. A significant number of job opportunities exist for...
Disponible en:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Brief 28
Nota de política, 2020
This policy brief analyses some of the key agricultural public expenditure programs in Burkina Faso. It makes recommendations on levels and policy mixes that, based on the analysis, have the potential to accelerate agricultural transformation,...
Disponible en:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Brief 27
Nota de política, 2020
This brief explores the evidence on the relationships between food aid transfers and investments in climate adaptive agriculture using data from Ethiopia, Malawi and United Republic of Tanzania. Four climate adaptive agricultural investments are considered,...
Disponible en:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Brief 24
Nota de política, 2020
Notwithstanding an increasing demand for their derived products, roots and tubers value chains in Africa remain loose, fragmented and informal, and many market opportunities remain unexploited. Some encouraging new investment initiatives in roots and tubers...
Disponible en:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Brief 23
Nota de política, 2020
Even if roots and tubers are generally tolerant to poor soils and droughts, they can be affected by climate variability and change. In order to address climate risks, value chains’ actors require timely and accurate...
Disponible en:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Brief 22
Nota de política, 2020
It is projected that climate change will affect rainfall patterns in South Asia and will contribute to a decline in water availability for rice cultivation in the region. In Sri Lanka, where rice is both...
Disponible en:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Brief 21
Nota de política, 2020
This brief details the three functional elements of climate vulnerability: risk exposure, sensitivity and adaptive capacity, in order to assess the interactions between participation in Malawi’s largest public works programme, the Malawi Social Action Fund...
Disponible en:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Brief 20
Nota de política, 2020
This policy brief analyses institutional challenges faced by Guyana’s agricultural sector to promote diversification and development. Agricultural development in Guyana is strongly correlated with agricultural diversification, hence diversification strategies can be used to promote growth...
Disponible en:English
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