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.

FAO Agricultural Development Economics Working Paper 21-08
Documento de trabajo, 2021
This working paper merges socio-economic data with data on deforestation to explore the interrelationship between rural migration, the development of the commercial agricultural sector, and forest cover loss. Specifically, we test the role of cash...
Disponible en:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Working Paper 21-07
Documento de trabajo, 2021
This working paper analyses the financial cost and benefit of adopting two different bundles of climate-smart agriculture (CSA) practices, which are tailored for the diverse conditions that prevail in southern Malawi. The results show the...
Disponible en:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Working Paper 21-06
Documento de trabajo, 2021
This paper presents a methodology for public expenditure review and analysis for climate change adaptation and mitigation in the agricultural sector. It outlines the basic methodological concepts, including the classification of public expenditures in the...
Disponible en:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Working Paper 21-05
Documento de trabajo, 2021
This paper analyses the potential signalling effect from a tax on sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) that Catalonia introduced in May 2017, with a view to understand the ways in which, and the extent to which taxes...
Disponible en:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Working Paper 21-04
Documento de trabajo, 2021
In many developing countries the adoption of climate sustainable practices is hindered by resource and risk barriers. This paper assesses the interactions between participation in Malawi’s largest public works programme, the Malawi Social Action Fund...
Disponible en:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Working Paper 21-03
Documento de trabajo, 2021
Uganda currently hosts more than 1.4 million refugees and the relationship with the host population is complex. In this paper, we investigate the effect of the interactions between refugee and host-communities by using a unique...
Disponible en:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Working Paper 21-02
Documento de trabajo, 2021
Rising temperatures due to climate change pose a significant threat to agricultural systems and the livelihoods of farmers across the globe. Identifying farm management strategies that reduce sensitivity to high temperatures is, therefore, critical for...
Disponible en:English
FAO Agricultural Development Economics Working Paper 21-01
Documento de trabajo, 2021
Increased incidences of drought and water scarcity due to climate change is an important challenge facing Sri Lanka’s agricultural sector. Identifying farm practices that can reduce its adverse impacts on agricultural production and farmers’ livelihoods...
Disponible en:English
Background paper for The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World 2019 – FAO Agricultural Development Economics Working Paper 19-06
Documento de trabajo, 2020
Despite relatively high economic growth rates in many developing countries in the last two decades, income inequality has remained high and even increased. This has important policy implications as high-income inequality undercuts the benefits of...
Disponible en:English
Background paper for The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World 2020 – FAO Agricultural Development Economics Working Paper 20-03
Documento de trabajo, 2020
The health and environmental consequences of our dietary choices impose costs on society that are currently not reflected in the price of those foods or diets that contribute to these detrimental impacts. This paper provides...
Disponible en:English