Economía Agroalimentaria

Documentos de trabajo de la FAO sobre la economía del desarrollo agrícola

About the series (ISSN 2521-1838)

The FAO Agricultural Development Economics Working Paper series, also known as ESA Working Paper series, was created in 2001 and it collects research and policy analysis on agricultural and economic development. The aim of the series is strengthening the capacity of member countries to improve decision-making on food security and nutrition, resilience, climate-smart agriculture, sustainable markets, agribusinesses and rural transformations.

ESA Working Paper 03-02
Documento de trabajo, 2003
The present study analyzes the nature of Ukrainian farm debt by investigating whether the debt servicing problem of Ukrainian farms is more of a debt problem or a net income problem. Net income generation appears...
Disponible en:English
ESA Working Paper 03-01
Documento de trabajo, 2003
Three institutional pillars form the foundations of sustainable financial markets: The existence of a pool of profitable and diverse rural clients with the ability to service loans, well-run financial institutions which are financially self supporting...
Disponible en:English
ESA Working Paper 02-15
Documento de trabajo, 2002
This paper argues for a twin-track approach to hunger and poverty reduction that combines measures to promote rural development through growth in agriculture and rural off-farm activities with measures to provide direct and immediate access...
Disponible en:English
ESA Working Paper 02-14
Documento de trabajo, 2002
This paper contains the main results of a FAO study on staple food prices and real wages in Afghanistan during the period 1996-2002, based on information systematically collected weekly by WFP in all major cities...
Disponible en:English
ESA Working Paper 02-13
Documento de trabajo, 2002
This article explores the role of migrant networks in Mexican rural out-migration focusing on how network composition influences rural-to-rural, rural-to-urban, and rural-to-international migration. Using data from rural Mexico, migration is considered in a multiple-choice context...
Disponible en:English
ESA Working Paper 02-12
Documento de trabajo, 2002
While Nicaragua over the past decade has ranked among the poorest countries in Latin America in terms of per capita GDP, data from the last three LSMS surveys (1993, 1998, and 2001) has shown a...
Disponible en:English
ESA Working Paper 02-11
Documento de trabajo, 2002
This paper considers the impact of the nutritional status on the growth rate of real GDP per capita. In particular, a panel of 114 countries’ Dietary Energy Supply (DES) per capita from 1961 to 1999...
Disponible en:English
ESA Working Paper 02-10
Documento de trabajo, 2002
In this paper, we examine how the design of cash transfer schemes influences household welfare outcomes with particular reference to the influence of transfers on conditioned outcomes, such as schooling, health and investment. We do...
Disponible en:English
ESA Working Paper 02-09
Documento de trabajo, 2002
This paper examines the PROGRESA and PROCAMPO cash transfer programs in Mexico and evaluates their impact on household food security and nutrition. These two programs differ in their gender targeting, with PROGRESA aimed at women...
Disponible en:English
ESA Working Paper 02-08
Documento de trabajo, 2002
The policy reforms introduced in Latin America in the 1980s and 1990s have induced profound and beneficial changes in the overall productive structure of most Latin American countries, and particularly concerning the increased competitiveness and...
Disponible en:English