Économie agroalimentaire

Notes de politique de la FAO sur l'économie du développement agricole

About the series (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 No. 58
Note de politique, 2022
This policy brief highlights the main findings of a study assessing the food security and livelihoods impacts of widespread agricultural interventions, primarily aiming at increasing agricultural yields. Results show that agricultural interventions are effectively associated...
Disponible sur:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Brief No. 57
Note de politique, 2022
This policy brief highlights the main challenges of public spending on food and agriculture in selected sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) countries. Public spending – or expenditure – on food and agriculture is widely accepted as the...
Disponible sur:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Brief No. 56
Note de politique, 2022
This policy brief highlights the main findings of a new methodology to identify geographical areas where, in theory, investments are likely to have big impacts in terms of both agricultural growth and poverty reduction. By...
Disponible sur:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Brief No. 55
Note de politique, 2022
Motorized mechanization is an important form of agricultural automation and has the capacity to transform agriculture and rural livelihoods. Its benefits have resulted in a substantial increase in mechanization worldwide, although adoption has been uneven...
Disponible sur:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Brief No. 54
Note de politique, 2022
The adoption of digital automation technologies in agriculture has been slow despite its potential to enhance the precision of agricultural operations, improve working conditions, and address environmental challenges, while building resilience to shocks and stresses....
Disponible sur:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Brief No. 53
Note de politique, 2022
Agricultural automation reshapes the labour market. In situations of rising wages and labour scarcity, agricultural automation can stimulate employment by allowing producers to expand production and by creating jobs along agrifood systems. Conversely, when labour...
Disponible sur:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Brief No. 52
Note de politique, 2022
This study presents prospective scenarios that provide information on where, within Paraguayan agriculture, the few public investment resources that would be allocated to the sector should be prioritized. A new public investment equivalent to 0.25%...
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FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Briefs 51
Note de politique, 2022
The findings in this brief have been adapted from the FAO Agricultural Development Economics Working Paper 22-08 Enhancing refugees’ self-reliance in Uganda – The role of cash and food assistance. Rethinking the land-based self-reliance model is...
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FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Briefs 50
Note de politique, 2022
Guyana’s agrifood systems are facing an increasing level of risk: rising sea-levels are eroding its coastal area, where much of the agricultural activity is located; recent off-shore oil discoveries threaten to crowd-out non-oil sectors; and...
Disponible sur:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Briefs 49
Note de politique, 2022
The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered a shock on agrifood systems around the world, with the potential for low- and middle-income countries to be particularly affected. As containment measures disrupt access to agricultural inputs and markets,...
Disponible sur:English
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