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Book: Innovation for inclusive value-chain development: Successes and challenges

The new book edited by a group of authors working with our Inclusive Value Chains and Efficient Trade research flagship talks about value-chain development (VCD) for stimulating economic growth and combating rural poverty, that has been increasingly embraced by governments, nongovernmental organizations, donors, and the private sector. The book helps to fill the current gap in systematic knowledge about how >> Read more

Announcement: New Vacancy in the IFPRI-NSSP Office

The International Food Policy Research Institute has a local vacancy for a Senior Research Assistant/Research Analyst based in its Nigeria Strategy Support Program (NSSP) Office in Abuja.

Photo of the 2016 ReSAKSS Annual Conference. Released!

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EMPLOYMENT: Open-Rank Tenure-Track Faculty Positions at Northeastern University

The Department of Political Science and the College of Social Sciences and Humanities at Northeastern University invite applications to fill one or more open-rank tenure-track faculty positions to begin in the fall of 2017. The Department seeks candidates with a record of excellence in research and teaching in the fields of comparative politics or public >> Read more

IFPRI: Strengthening Food and Nutrition Policies and Programs in Bangladesh

IFPRI has played an important role promoting evidence-based policies and investments, contributing to Bangladesh’s remarkable progress. The Institute’s work will be celebrated at its Bangladesh Country Office Inaugural Ceremony on October 24, 2016 in Dhaka.

CALL FOR PANELS AND ABSTRACTS: The 9th MARE People & the Sea Conference

On 5-7th of July 2017 the 9th MARE People & the Sea Conference will take place in Amsterdam. The 9th People and the Sea conference will explore the nature of maritime mobilities and the ways climate and environmental change, economic development and maritime activities are affecting their direction and volume. Topics to be addressed are: How >> Read more