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 38
Note de politique, 2021
The agricultural sector review (ASR) provides an up to date picture of the current socio-economic situation of the agricultural sector in Lebanon, along with identifying key challenges of the sector and evidence-based strategies for policymaking....
Disponible sur:English العربية
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Brief 36
Note de politique, 2021
This policy brief analyses in which ways and to what extent sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) taxes trigger reduced consumption. The potential signaling effect of a SSBs tax introduced in Catalonia, Spain, was studied. To do so,...
Disponible sur:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Brief 35
Note de politique, 2021
This brief reviews some of the main land use contraints to reducing agriculture-led forest loss in Viet Nam. We find that agricultural land use constraints increase agriculture-driven pressure on forests. Farmers producing high-value crops have...
Disponible sur:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Brief 34
Note de politique, 2021
Climate change is leading to a rise in global temperatures, which poses a major threat to agriculture production, and to the welfare of smallholder farmers. Identifying sustainable farming practices to reduce the sensitivity of Ugandan...
Disponible sur:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Brief 33
Note de politique, 2020
Rainfed agriculture accounts for more than half of the world’s food production but is facing increasing precipitation variability, driven by climate change. Achieving zero hunger will require improvements in rainwater management to increase productivity. About...
Disponible sur:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Brief 32
Note de politique, 2020
Irrigation can facilitate adaptation to climate change, save labour and energy, and allow the growing of higher-value crops. However, to reach Zero Hunger in an increasingly water-scarce world, irrigated agriculture must be made more equitable,...
Disponible sur:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Brief 31
Note de politique, 2020
In the face of intensifying water constraints, growing demand for water and worsening inequalities in access to it, water accounting and auditing are crucial enabling factors for improved water governance. Water underpins many of the...
Disponible sur:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Brief 30
Note de politique, 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 sur:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Brief 29
Note de politique, 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 sur:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Policy Brief 28
Note de politique, 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 sur:English
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