Research and analysis

Agriculture and Growth evidence paper series

DFID uses a range of evidence synthesis approaches to address the challenge of providing decision makers with the evidence that they need to make better choices.

Documents

Agriculture and growth

Agriculture and poverty

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Agriculture and private sector

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Agriculture and women

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Food prices and poverty

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Details

The “evidence paper” is an expression of the opinion that DFID has of the existing evidence on a given subject. This paper, written by staff members of DFID, provides a summary of evidence underpinning a range of debates related to agriculture and economic growth. The authors do not attempt to prescribe policy conclusions, which, for DFID, will appear elsewhere. This is not a policy document, and is not meant to represent DFID’s policy position.

Published 6 June 2014
Last updated 18 June 2014 + show all updates
  1. Revised version of Agriculture and growth added 18 June 2014
  2. First published.