Webinars

PIM Webinars aim to share findings of PIM’s research, discuss their application, and get feedback and suggestions from participants. Webinars are conducted by PIM researchers in the form of research seminars. Each webinar is a live event consisting of a presentation (30 min) and a facilitated Q&A session (30 min).

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2019

Climate resilience and job prospects for young people in agriculture (Feb 7)


2018

Aspirations, trust, and poverty reduction (Dec 19) Community forest concessions in Petén, Guatemala: Effective governance for tropical forest conservation and socio-economic development (Dec 13) Do medium and large-scale farms generate income spillovers for rural households? The case of Tanzania (Nov 6)

Measuring policy distortions along agricultural value chains: Lessons from Africa and Asia (Oct 17) Agricultural mechanization in Africa: Lessons learned from South-South knowledge exchange (Oct 4) Helping smallholder farmers manage risks: Innovations to improve agricultural insurance (Sept 19)

Measuring food losses: a new methodology (May 8) Women in agriculture: Four myths (Apr 11) Cash transfer programs and intimate partner violence – Lessons from 3 case studies around the globe (March 28)

2017

The Women’s Empowerment in Agriculture Index – What have we learned? Strengthening developing-country seed systems and markets. Policy trade-offs, unintended consequences, and operational realities What determines public budgets for agricultural growth in the developing world?

Community forestry. Where and why has devolution of forest rights contributed to better governance and livelihoods? What levels and composition of investment best serve global objectives of sustainable development? The rise of medium-scale farms in Africa: Causes and Consequences of Changing Farm Size Distributions

2016

Collecting sex-disaggregated agricultural data through surveys