The annual review and planning meeting of the CGIAR Research Program on Policies, Institutions, and Markets (PIM) took place from 28-30 October, 2019 at IFPRI headquarters in Washington D.C.
As part of the event’s science session, PIM researchers presented recent finding along five cross-cutting themes:
Recordings of select presentations are available below:
1.Ruth Meinzen-Dick, senior research fellow at IFPRI and co-leader of the PIM’s research flagship on Governance of Natural Resources, discusses how norms, gender, and payment method affect extraction behavior in a framed field experiment in community forestry in India:
2. “Puzzle Pieces or Poker Chips: Do Multi-stakeholder Forums Promote Social Inclusion?” – presented by Anne Larson, team leader, Equal Opportunities, Gender Justice and Tenure at the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) and co-leader of the PIM’s research flagship on Governance of Natural Resources:
3. “Modeling the Impacts of Agricultural Support Policies on Emissions from Agriculture” – presented by David Laborde, senior research fellow at IFPRI and leader of PIM’s research cluster on Policy Environment for Value Chains:
4. “Climate Change and Elevated CO2 Effects on Global Diets: A Modelling Study” – presented by Timothy Sulser, senior scientist, IFPRI.
5. “Food Transfers, Cash Transfers, Behavior Change Communication, and Child Nutrition: Evidence from Bangladesh” – presented by Shalini Roy, research fellow, IFPRI (joint work with Akhter Ahmed, IFPRI, and John Hoddinott, Cornell University)
6. “Independent Quality Assessment and Certification of Wheat in Ethiopia: Smallholder Willingness to Pay and Implications for Quality” – presented by Tanguy Bernard, senior research fellow, IFPRI and professor at University of Bordeaux.
7. “The Effects of Income Fluctuations on Rural Health and Nutrition” – presented by Katrina Kosec, senior research fellow, IFPRI.
For more information, please contact the PIM Program Management Unit.