Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Tuesday, 21/June/2022
2:00pm
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3:00pm
Side event 3: Leveraging advanced analytics for transformative country programmes
Location: Oval Room
Side event on Zoom - please register here: https://bit.ly/3yPk0h4
 

Leveraging Advanced Analytics For Transformative Country Programs

Chair(s): Alessandra GARBERO (IFAD)

Discussant(s): Gerard SYLVESTER (FAO), Panagiotis KARFAKIS (FAO)

 

 

Applications Of Machine Learning And Natural Language Processing To Inform Operations: Lessons From The World Bank Group

Harsh ANUJ
World Bank

 

Finding The Nexus Between Drought-Conflict-Displacement, Somalia Remote Sensing

Sofia KYRIAZI1, Bruno ARCANJO2
1United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, 2Embedded and Intelligent Systems Laboratory

 

Optimus: Advanced Analytics In Humanitarian Operations

Koen PETERS
World Food Programme

 

Ethical AI And Due Diligence Processes In Machine Learning Pipelines - FairLac

Tetsuro NARITA
Inter-American Development Bank

Date: Wednesday, 22/June/2022
8:30am
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9:00am
Welcome Coffee
9:00am
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10:00am
Conference Opening
Location: Italian room
 

Background, Objectives, and Organization of the Conference

Chair(s): Sara SAVASTANO (IFAD, Italy)

Discussant(s): Jo PURI (IFAD), Daniela VURI (University of Rome Tor Vergata), Pierluigi MONTALBANO (University of Rome La Sapienza), Furio Camillo ROSATI (University of Rome Tor Vergata), Silvia NENCI (Roma Tre University)

10:00am
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11:30am
01-01: Methods & Tools I
Location: C-100
Chair: Aslihan ARSLAN, IFAD
 

Conservation Agriculture and Welfare: Experimental Evidence from Ethiopia

Salvatore DI FALCO

University of Geneva



Mapping the Evidence in the Agriculture Sector: What do we Know and Where Are the Gaps?

Mark ENGELBERT

3ie



Privacy Protection, Measurement Error, and the Integration of Remote Sensing and Socioeconomic Survey Data

Jeffrey MICHLER1, Anna JOSEPHSON1, Talip KILIC2, Siobhan MURRAY2

1: University of Arizona; 2: World Bank



Nonclassical Measurement Error and Farmers’ Response to Information Reveal Behavioral Anomalies

Kibrom ABAY1, Chris BARRETT2, Talip KILIC3, Heather MOYLAN3, John ILUKOR3, Wilbert DRAZI VUNDRU3

1: IFPRI; 2: Cornell University; 3: World Bank

01-02: Agriculture & GEO Data I
Location: C-200
Chair: Reehana RAZA, IFAD
 

Assessing the Impact of Carbon Dioxide on Agricultural Yield

Anna David THOTTAPPILLY

Cornell University



Combining Survey and Geospatial Data Can Significantly Improve Gender-Disaggregated Estimates of Labor Market Outcomes

Joshua D. MERFELD1,4, David NEWHOUSE2,4, Michael WEBER2,4, Partha LAHIRI3

1: KDI School of Public Policy and Management; 2: World Bank; 3: University of Maryland; 4: IZA



Earth, Wind, and Fire: The Impact of Anti-poverty Efforts on Indian Agriculture and Air Pollution

Arnold Patrick BEHRER

World Bank



Irrigation and the Spatial Pattern of Local Economic Development in India

Aaditya DAR1, David BLAKESLEE2, Ram FISHMAN3, Samreen MALIK2, Heitor PELLEGRINA2, Karan SINGH4

1: Indian School of Business; 2: New York University Abu Dhabi; 3: Tel Aviv University; 4: Independent Researcher

01-03: 50X2030 Organized Session
Location: C-300
 

The 50x2030 Initiative to Close the Agricultural Data Gap

Chair(s): Théophile Thomas AZOMAHOU (AERC)

 

 

Introduction to the 50x2030 Initiative: A Multilateral Partnership to Close the Agricultural Data Gap

Vasco MOLINI
World Bank

 

Strengthening Data Production and Dissemination: 50x2030 Support to Produce the Necessary Agricultural and Rural Data

Christophe DUHAMEL
FAO

 

Enhancing Data Use for Evidence-Based Decision Making: The 50x2030 Approach to Strengthening the Research to Policy Bridge

Sara SAVASTANO
IFAD

 

50x2030 Data as Key Inputs for the National Development Plans and Programmes in Senegal

Ibrahima MENDY
DAPSA

 

International Development Association (IDA) Funding Support for the 50x2030 Initiative

Pierella PACI
World Bank

 

Perspective of an International Donor on the Use of Data and Evidence to Inform Policy, Decision-Making and Establish Investment Priorities

Julianna DRINAN
Gates Foundation

01-04: University of Queensland Organized Session
Location: C-400
 

Delivering Sustainable Smallholder Intensification and Climate-Smart Food Systems

Chair(s): Bettina PRATO (IFAD)

 

 

Key Policy and Market Drivers of Smallholder-Appropriate Sustainable Intensification in Eastern and Southern Africa

Paswell MARENYA
CGIAR-CIMMYT

 

Regional Investment Models To Enable Smallholder Intensification And Enhanced Climate Resilience

Tamara JACKSON
University of Adelaide

 

SIMLESA’s Transformative Approach to Sustainable Intensification

Daniel RODRIGUEZ
University of Queensland

 

Sustainable Intensification for Resilience and Livelihoods of Smallholder Farmers: Technological and Institutional Innovations

ML JAT
CGIAR-CIMMYT

01-05: Climate Change & Resilience I
Location: C-500
Chair: Sara MBAGO-BHUNU, IFAD
 

Pathways towards Durable Adoption and Weather Shocks: Evidence from Malawi

Romina CAVATASSI1, Giuseppe MAGGIO2, Nancy MCCARTHY3

1: IFAD; 2: IFAD/University of Palermo; 3: IFAD/LEAD analytics



The Adoption Determinants of Climate-Smart Production Practices and their Impacts on Farm Outcome in Uganda

Sabrina AUCI1, Laura CASTELLUCCI2, Manuela COROMALDI3,2

1: University of Palermo; 2: University of Rome Tor Vergata; 3: University of Rome Unicusano



The Hidden Social Costs of Climate Change: Evidence on Climate Shocks and Child Mobility in Uganda.

Manuela COROMALDI1,2, Alessio D'AMATO2, Loredana MIRRA2

1: University of Rome Unicusano; 2: University of Rome Tor Vergata



Land Tenure, Climate Shocks and Women Resilience in Rural Benin

Teresa CAPPELLI1, Luca TIBERTI1, Elisa TICCI2

1: University of Florence; 2: University of Siena

11:30am
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1:00pm
02-01: Methods & Tools II
Location: C-100
Chair: Pierluigi MONTALBANO, Sapienza University
 

Making Markets: Experiments in Agricultural Input Market Formation

Nicoló TOMASELLI1, Andrew DILLON2

1: University of Florence; 2: Northwestern University



The Economics of Pre-harvest vs. Harvest and Post-harvest Food Waste in a Value Chain

Harry DE GORTER1, Dušan DRABIK2

1: Cornell University; 2: Wageningen University



You Reap What (you Think) You Sow? Evidence on Farmers’ Behavioral Adjustments in the Case of Correct Crop Varietal Identification

Paola MALLIA

Paris School of Economics



Building Sustainable Supply Chains through Rural Youth: Evidence from a Randomized Trial in Kenya

Wyatt PRACHT, Jacob RICKER-GILBERT

Purdue University, United States of America

02-02: Agriculture & Geo Data II
Location: C-200
Chair: Athur MABISO, IFAD
 

Mainstreaming Sustainable Agriculture: Using Multi-sectoral Predictive Analysis to Identify the Returns to Novel Technologies

Tulika Ashok NARAYAN1, Aliou FAYE2, Edith FELIX1, Haixin CHEN3, Faraz USMANI1

1: Mathematica; 2: Senegalese Institute of Agricultural Research; 3: Applied GeoSolutions



From the Bottom of the Ocean up to the Sky: Effects of Climatic Factors on Fisheries on Indonesia

Romina CAVATASSI1, Federica ALFANI2, Athur MABISO1, Giuseppe MAGGIO3

1: IFAD; 2: World Bank; 3: IFAD/University of Palermo



Adaptation to Climate Change in Pakistan: Impacts on Disaster Preparedness and Resilience

Alexandra AVDEENKO, Markus FROELICH

C4ED



The Effects of Extreme Heat on Agricultural Productivity: The Case of Nigerian Subsistence Agriculture

Joaquin MAYORGA GARRIDO CORTES, Ashok K. MISHRA, Alexis H. VILLACIS

Arizona State University

02-03: Bioeconomy
Location: C-300
Chair: Carl E. PRAY, Rutgers U.
 

Bioeconomy Options and Sustainability

Kutay CINGIZ, Maximilian KARDUNG, Justus WESSELER

Wageningen University



Measuring the Bioeconomy Transition in European Member States: An Economic Perspective

Tévécia RONZON1, Susanne IOST2, George PHILIPPIDIS3

1: JRC; 2: Thunen Institute of International Forestry and Forest Economics; 3: ARAID-IA2



The Implications Of The Green Transition For The EU Labour Market

Anneleen VANDEPLAS1,2, Istvan VANYOLOS1, Mauro VIGANI1, Lukas VOGEL1

1: EC; 2: KU Leuven

02-04: World Bank COVID-19 Organized Session I
Location: C-400
 

Socioeconomic Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Chair(s): Talip KILIC (World Bank)

Discussant(s): Aslihan ARSLAN (IFAD), Vanya SLAVCHEVSKA (FAO)

 

 

The Impact of COVID-19 on Global Inequality and Poverty

Daniel Gerszon MAHLER, Nishant YONZAN, Christoph LAKNER
World Bank

 

Food Insecurity During the First Year of the COVID-19 Pandemic in Four African Countries

Lorin RUDIN-RUSH1, Jeffrey D. MICHLER1, Anna JOSEPHSON1, Jeffrey R. BLOEM2
1University of Arizona, 2USDA Economic Research Service

 

Family Ties: Understanding Household Labor Allocation for Mitigating Impacts of Disasters, Conflict, and COVID-19

Ann FURBUSH1, Anna JOSEPHSON1, Talip KILIC2, Jeffrey D. MICHLER1
1University of Arizona, 2World Bank

 

COVID-19 and Children’s School Resilience: Evidence from Nigeria

Sylvain DESSY1, Horace GNINAFON1, Luca TIBERTI2, Marco TIBERTI3
1Université Laval, 2University of Florence, 3World Bank

 

Never too Young to Dream Big: Measuring Youth Aspirations in the Time of COVID-19 Crisis

Valentina COSTA, Ivette CONTRERAS-GONZALEZ, Amparo PALACIOS-LOPEZ
World Bank

02-05: Climate Change & Resilience II
Location: C-500
Chair: Berioska MORRISON
 

Diversification Across Thresholds: Evidence from Rural Households in Tanzania

Giulia MALEVOLTI1,2, Donato ROMANO1, Antonio SCOGNAMILLO3

1: University of Florence; 2: University of Trento; 3: FAO



Exposure to Climate Shocks and Subjective Wellbeing During the Pandemic Period: Evidence from a Small Island Developing State

Leonardo BECCHETTI1, Sara MANCINI1, Sara SAVASTANO1,2

1: University of Rome Tor Vergata; 2: IFAD



Reducing Vulnerability To Weather Shocks Through Social Protection: Evidence from the implementation of Productive Safety Net Programme (PSNP) in Ethiopia

Antonio SCOGNAMILLO, Marina MASTRORILLO, Adriana IGNACIUK

FAO

1:00pm
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2:00pm
Lunch break
Poster Session
 
2:00pm
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3:30pm
03-01: Methods & Tools: Digital Technology
Location: C-100
Chair: Pierella PACI, World Bank
 

Investing in Digital Technology to Increase Market Access for Women Agri-preneurs in Guatemala

Viviana Maria Eugenia PEREGO, Javier ROMERO, Angela LOPEZ

World Bank



Impacts of Access to Tailor-Made Weather and Climate Information on Adaptation Strategies and Productivity: a Case of the Participatory Integrated Climate Services for Agriculture (PICSA) in Malawi

Joseph KANYAMUKA1, Francis JIVA2, Charles JUMBE2, Ted NYEKANYEKA3, Tasokwa KAKOTA2, Babatunde ABIDOYE3, John KAZEMBE2

1: Center for Independent Evaluations (CIE); 2: Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources (LUANAR); 3: United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)



Limits to Improved Information in Agricultural Innovation: A Synthesis from 3ie’s Thematic Window on Agricultural Innovation

Andrew Reid BELL1, Mark ENGELBERT2

1: Boston University; 2: 3ie

03-02: Agriculture & Geo Data III
Location: C-200
Chair: Silvia NENCI, Roma Tre University
 

Climate Instability, Weather Shocks and Agricultural Production

Paolo NOTA1, Alessandro OLPER1,2

1: University of Milan; 2: LICOS Centre for Institutions and Economic Performance, KU Leuven



Extreme Weather and Agricultural Input Management in Rural Thailand and Vietnam: Intensify or De-intensify?

Huong JARETZKY1, Sabine LIEBENEHM2

1: Leibniz University Hannover; 2: University of Saskatchewan



Post Harvest Losses and Climate Conditions in Sub-Saharan Africa

Daniele CURZI1, Paolo NOTA1, Salvatore DI FALCO2

1: University of Milan; 2: University of Geneva



Climate Shocks and Job Displacement. Evidence from Morocco

Federica ALFANI1, Vasco MOLINI1, Giacomo PALLANTE2, Alessandro PALMA3

1: World Bank; 2: ENEA; 3: GSSI

03-03: RIA Organized Session I
Location: C-300
 

Measuring Resilience

Chair(s): Hans HOOGEVEEN (TBC) (FAO)

 

 

Measuring and Monetizing Resilience in IFAD Operations

Jo PURI, Sara SAVASTANO
IFAD

 

What and How Well are We Learning About How to Build Resilience?

Chris BARRETT
Cornell University

 

Resilience of People and Resilience of Food Systems – Policy Options

Joachim VON BRAUN
University of Bonn

 

Achieving Sustainable Agri-food System Transformation in Africa: The Importance of Resilience

Louise FOX1, Thomas JAYNE2
1Brookings Institution, 2Michigan State University

03-04: World Bank Organized Session II
Location: C-400
 

Better Data, Better Measures, Better Policy

Chair(s): Gero CARLETTO (World Bank)

Discussant(s): Andrew DILLON (Northwestern University)

 

 

How Well Do Internet-Based Surveys Track Labor Market Indicators in Middle-Income Countries?

Vidhya SOUNDARARAJAN1, Sidi SOUBEIGA2, David NEWHOUSE3, Amparo PALACIOS-LOPEZ3, Utz PAPE3, Michael WEBER3
1IITB, 2ORG, 3World Bank

 

Integration and Calibration of Online Surveys for Representative Insights in Low-Income Contexts: Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa

Isabela COELHO, Talip KILIC, Philip WOLLBURG, Calogero CARLETTO
World Bank

 

Phone Surveys for Agricultural Data Collection in a (Post-)COVID-19 World: Challenges and Opportunities

Thomas WOLDU ASSEFA1, Sydney GOURLAY2, Kevin MCGEE2, Philip WOLLBURG2, Alberto ZEZZA2
1University of Georgia, 2World Bank

 

Survival Modeling of Panel Attrition: A Proposal with Application to Ethiopia’s HFPS Data

Barbara GUARDABASCIO1, Diego ZARDETTO2
1University of Perugia, 2World Bank

03-05: IAERE Organized Session
Location: C-500
 

Peace, Innovation and Employment in Developing Countries in an Age of Climate Transition(s)

Chair(s): Alessio D'AMATO (University of Rome Tor Vergata)

 

 

Forecasting the Climate-Conflict Nexus in Africa under SSPs Scenarios

Valeria COSTANTINI1, Caterina CONIGLIANI1, Elena PAGLIALUNGA2, Andrea TANCREDI3
1Roma Tre University, 2University of Urbino Carlo Bo, 3University of Rome La Sapienza

 

Value Chain Innovation for Climate Transition: Renewable Energy Options in India and Zambia

Ana KOJAKOVIC, Irini MALTSOGLOU, Manas PURI, Luis RINCON
FAO

 

Skills for Environmental Innovation: Implications for Developed and Developing Countries

Giovanni MARIN
University of Urbino Carlo Bo

 

The 'Good Farmer' Concept and the Diffusion of Innovations for Sustainable Development in Rural Africa

Luca CRUDELI1, Susanna MANCINELLI2, Massimiliano MAZZANTI2, Andrea PRONTI3
1Marine Market Systems, 2University of Ferrara, 3Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

3:30pm
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5:00pm
04-01: Climate Smart Agriculture in South Asia and Sub Saharan Africa
Location: C-100
Chair: Romina CAVATASSI, IFAD
 

Climate Smart Agriculture and Household Welfare in Nigeria: Evidence from Living Standard Measurement Survey

Robert Ugochukwu ONYENEKE, Chukwuemeka Chinonso EMENEKWE, Chinedum Uzoma NWAJIUBA

AE-FUNAI



Drivers of Climate Smart Agriculture in Bangladesh and its Impact on Economic Resilience of Households

Subhra BHATTACHARJEE1, Kristofer JOHNSON2

1: UN RCO; 2: FAO



Impact of Climate Smart Agriculture on Food Security: An Agent-based Analysis

Davide BAZZANA1,2, Jeremy FOLTZ3, Ying ZHANG4

1: University of Brescia; 2: FEEM; 3: University of Wisconsin-Madison; 4: Johns Hopkins University



Understanding Adoption of Conservation Agriculture Practices in Southern Africa: Insights from Household and Community Surveys

Joseph KANYAMUKA1, Adane TUFA1, Arega ALENE1, Joyce MINOFU1, Happy BANDA1, Paswell MARENYA2, Hambulo NGOMA2, David CHIKOYE1

1: IITA; 2: CIMMYT

04-02: FAO Organized Session I
Location: C-200
 

Resilience Measurement; New Frontiers and New Evidence

Chair(s): Maximo TORERO (FAO)

Discussant(s): John HODDINOTT (Cornell University), Donato ROMANO (University of Florence)

 

 

Agrifood Systems’ Capacity To Absorb Shocks: The Case For Ensuring Economic Access To Food

Andrea CATTANEO, Ahmad SADIDDIN, Marco SANCHEZ, Maximo TORERO, Sara VAZ
FAO

 

Global Analysis of Food System Resilience Reveals Key Correlates and Persistent Regional Disparities

Mark CONSTAS1, Marco D'ERRICO2, John HODDINOTT1, Rebecca PIETRELLI2
1Cornell University, 2FAO

 

Building Resilience in Conflict Areas: Evidence from Field Experiment in Borno State, Nigeria.

Tilman BRÜCK1, Marco D'ERRICO2, Jeanne PINAY2, Wolfgang STOJETZ1
1ISDC, 2FAO

 

Agricultural Technology Innovations and Resilience to Weather Shocks: Experimental Evidence from Malawi

Carlo AZZARRI1, Beliyou HAILE2, Marco D'ERRICO3
1IFPRI, 2IFPR, 3FAO

 

Modelling Cost-Effectiveness of Resilience Building in Development: Estimating the Effects of Resilience Investments on Food Security Outcomes

John ULIMWENGU1, Marco D'ERRICO2, Mark CONSTAS3
1IFPRI, 2FAO, 3Cornell University

04-03: RIA Organized Session II
Location: C-300
 

Methods & Tools

Chair(s): Sara SAVASTANO (IFAD)

 

 

Addressing Selection Bias While Estimating Aggregate Development Effectiveness: Can we Obtain Externally Valid Estimates at Portfolio Level?

Alessandra GARBERO1, Elena STANGHELLINI2
1IFAD, 2Università degli Studi di Perugia

 

Do IFAD Projects Help Smallholders Transition to Better Livelihood Strategies?

Peter HAZELL1, Sara SAVASTANO2, Anne G. TIMU2, Piero MASSOTTI2
1IFPRI, 2IFAD

 

Integrating Climatic Variables into Project Impact Assessments

Nancy MCCARTHY1, Romina CAVATASSI2
1LEAD Analytics, 2IFAD

 

Using GIS to Uncover Spillover Impacts of IFAD Projects: A New Methodological Application

Valerio Leone SCIABOLAZZA1, Eleonora PATACCHINI2, Sara SAVASTANO3, Athur MABISO3
1University of Rome La Sapienza, 2Cornell University, 3IFAD

 

Closing Remarks

Nigel BRETT
IFAD

04-04: World Bank Organized Session III
Location: C-400
 

Better Jobs Through Smallholder Rice Value Chain Development – Insights from a Pilot in Côte d’Ivoire

Chair(s): Luc CHRISTIAENSEN (World Bank), Stephen MINK (Independent consultant)

 

 

Introduction: Principles and Design

Luc CHRISTIAENSEN
World Bank

 

Ignite Talk 1: Who participates?

Joachim VANDERCASTEELEN
World Bank

 

Ignite Talk 2: Is intensified rice farming profitable?

Dossou AIHOUNTON
World Bank

 

Ignite Talk 3: Will the credit be reimbursed?

Nathan BARZOLA
World Bank

 

Panel discussion : Lessons for VCD research

Chriss BARRETT1, Thomas REARDON2, Matin QAIM3
1Cornell University, 2Michigan State University, 3University of Bonn

04-05: CREA Session
Location: C-500
Chair: Viviane FILIPPI, IFAD
 

Regulation (EC) N. 396/2005 and Radish Leaves: an Issue of Implementation

Maria Rosaria FIDANZA1,2, Bruno Caio FARAGLIA2, Aurora SALITURO2,3, Vincenzo FALCONI5, Cinzia LAMBERTI5, Luigi PENNUZZI5, Alessandro MONTELEONE1, Valerio DI STEFANO2,4

1: CREA; 2: MiPAAF; 3: CREA; 4: University of Tuscia; 5: Italia Ortofrutta



The Agroecological Approach as a Model for Multifunctional Agriculture and Farming. Some Evidence from Italian Experience

Barbara ZANETTI, Francesco LICCIARDO, Giuseppe GARGANO, Milena VERRASCINA

CREA



Economics Implications for Farmers in Adopting to Climate Adaptation Measures

Sabrina GIUCA, Simonetta DE LEO, Antonella DI FONZO, Marco GAITO, Guido BONATI

CREA

5:00pm
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6:00pm
PL01: Plenary Bridging Research and Policy Gap I
Location: Italian room
 

Partnership for Development: Strengthening the Research and Policy Dialogues

Chair(s): Furio Camillo ROSATI (University of Rome Tor Vergata)

 

 

Government Perspective

Federica DIAMANTI
Italian Ministry of Economy and Finance

 

AERC’s Successes at Bringing Together University Policy Research on Policy and Policy Makers to Influence Policy

Théophile Thomas AZOMAHOU
AERC

 

Member State Perspective

Matteo BUGAMELLI
World Bank

 

Discussion

Marco GIUNGI
MAECI

6:00pm
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8:00pm
Social Event 2: IFAD Welcome Drink
Date: Thursday, 23/June/2022
9:00am
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10:30am
05-01: Regulations, Policies & Institutions I
Location: C-100
Chair: Stephen KATZ, IFAD
 

Multistakeholder Collaborations for Development: A Systematic Literature Review of Their Roles Enabling Values Creation to Address Grand Challenges

Francesca NUGNES1, Arun KUMAR3, Ashely METZ2, Federica ANGELI4

1: PARM - University of York; 2: University of Tilburg; 3: University of Essex; 4: University of York



Social Protection Expenditure and Growth in the Agricultural Sector in Asia

Ervin PRIFTI1, Noemi PACE2, Irene STAFFIERI2, Abiodun OGUNDEJI3

1: IMF; 2: FAO; 3: University of Blumfontein



Start What You Finish! Ex-ante Risk and Schooling Investments in the Presence of Dynamic Complementarities

Andrew FOSTER2, Esther GEHRKE1

1: Wageningen University; 2: Brown University

05-02: FAO Organized Session II
Location: C-200
 

The Effect of Multi-sectoral Intervention in Somalia. Evidence from Multiple Datasets Collected over the Last Ten Years

Chair(s): Marco D'ERRICO (FAO)

Discussant(s): Ayalneh Bogale BOGALE (University of Kassel), Nina VON UEXKULL (Uppsala University)

 

 

A Matter of Place: Spatial Heterogeneity and the Contributing Factors to the Drought-Conflict Nexus in Somalia

Antonio SCOGNAMILLO, Chun SONG, Adriana IGNACIUK
FAO

 

Impact Evaluation in Humanitarian Contexts: The Joint Resilience Program in Somalia

Marco D'ERRICO, Ana paula DE LA O CAMPOS, Benjamin DAVIS, Jeanne PINAY
FAO

 

Resilience Structural Changes in Response to Shocks in Somalia

Amin MALIK, Marco D'ERRICO, Wakweya YADA, Benjamin GICHANE, David KAMAU, Afaf RHIM
FAO

 

Evaluating the Impacts of Cash and Complementary Agricultural Support Interventions in Fragile Settings: The Case of Somalia

Elsa VALLI, Silvio DAIDONE, Nicholas SITKO, Irene STAFFIERI
FAO

 

Seasonal and Geo Spatial Drivers of Hunger Across Livelihood Systems in Rural Somalia

Gwenaëlle LUC, AbdalMonium OSMAN
FAO

05-03: RIA Organized Session III
Location: C-300
 

Women’s Empowerment for Rural Transformation

Chair(s): Michelle WINTHROP (Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Ireland)

 

 

Impacts of IFAD Projects on Multiple Dimensions of Women’s Empowerment

Carlo AZZARRI1, Athur MABISO2, Sara SAVASTANO2
1IFPRI, 2IFAD

 

IFAD’s Approach to Women’s Empowerment

Ndaya BELTCHIKA
IFAD

 

Studies of the Effectiveness of Interventions for Promoting Women’s Empowerment in Developing Countries: An Evidence and Gap Map

Martin PROWSE
GCF

 

Discussion

Sherina TABASSUM
IFAD

 

Discussion

Philippe REMY
IFAD

 

Discussion

Roshan COOKE
IFAD

 

Closing Remarks

Vibhuti MENDIRATTA
IFAD

05-04: Sapienza University Organized Session
Location: C-400
 

Shock-driven Poverty and Food Insecurity Dynamics: Empirical Evidence and Lessons Learned

Chair(s): Pierluigi MONTALBANO (University of Rome La Sapienza), Donato ROMANO (University of Florence)

Discussant(s): Nicholas SITKO (FAO), Luc CHRISTIAENSEN (World Bank)

 

 

Vulnerability and Resilience to Poverty and Food (in)security – Background Paper

Pierluigi MONTALBANO1, Donato ROMANO2
1University of Rome La Sapienza, 2University of Florence

 

Positioning Along the Market Chain, Resilience, and Food Security: An Empirical Analysis of Their Causal Linkages in a Cross-country Framework (IFAD10 data)

Tulia GATTONE1, Alessandra GARBERO2, Marco LETTA1, Pierluigi MONTALBANO1
1University of Rome La Sapienza, 2IFAD

 

Can Weather Shocks Give Rise to a Poverty Trap? Evidence from Nigeria (LSMS Data)

Giulia MALEVOLTI
University of Florence

 

Targeting vulnerability hotspots along the food system: A COVID-19 stress pilot tests for Ethiopia and Nigeria (LSMS Phone Surveys)P

Federica PETRUCCELLI, Marco LETTA, Pierluigi MONTALBANO
University of Rome La Sapienza

05-05: Roma Tre University Organized Session
Location: C-500
 

Mapping Rural Value Chains: Stylized Facts, Empirical Evidence and Critical Issues

Chair(s): Silvia NENCI (Roma Tre University), Carlo PIETROBELLI (Roma Tre University)

Discussant(s): Silvia NENCI (Roma Tre University), Carlo PIETROBELLI (Roma Tre University), Anne Gesare TIMU (IFAD)

 

 

Mapping Global Value Chain Participation And Positioning In Agriculture And Food: Stylized Facts, Empirical Evidence And Critical Issues

Silvia NENCI1, Ilaria FUSACCHIA1, Anna GIUNTA1, Pierluigi MONTALBANO2, Carlo PIETROBELLI1
1Roma Tre University, 2University of Rome La Sapienza

 

Coconut Production In The Caribbean: Relational Value Chains In Traditional Farming

Silvia NENCI1, Carlo PIETROBELLI1, Marina DE ANGELIS2
1Roma Tre University, 2INAPP

 

The Effects of Non-tariff Measures In Agriculture and Food Value Chains: A Global View

Hamid MOHAMED1, Pierluigi MONTALBANO2, Silvia NENCI1
1Roma Tre University, 2University of Rome La Sapienza

 

Global Value Chains As Channel of Green Knowledge in EU Regions. A Two-step GMM Analysis.

Federico COLOZZA, Carlo PIETROBELLI
Roma Tre University

10:30am
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12:00pm
06-01: Regulations, Policies & Institutions II
Location: C-100
Chair: Michael Allen STEINER, IFAD
 

Buen Vivir And Forest Conservation in Bolivia: False Promises or Effective Change?

Federica CAPPELLI, Nicola CARAVAGGIO, Cristina VAQUERO PINEIRO

Roma Tre University



Do Political Motivations affect Recovery from Natural Hazards? Analysis of Floods in India

Tarana CHAUHAN

Cornell University



Explaining Compliance with VSS: Understanding Colombian Coffee Farmers’ Motivation to Comply with Environmental Rules

Paulo MORTARA BATISTIC1, Thomas DIETZ1, Jan BÖRNER2, Yannic RUDÁ DAMM2

1: Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster; 2: University of Bonn

06-02: Gender I
Location: C-200
Chair: Liam CHICCA, IFAD
 

Agricultural Technology, Food Security and Nutrition: Insights from Ghana

Lisa CAPRETTI1, Amrita SAHA2, Farai JENA3, Fred M. DZANKU4

1: University of Rome La Sapienza; 2: IDS; 3: University of Sussex; 4: ISSER



Gendered Perceptions in Maize Supply Chains: Evidence from Uganda

Bjorn Van CAMPENHOUT1,2, Anusha DE1

1: LICOS Centre for Institutions and Economic Performance, KU Leuven; 2: IFPRI



Multidimensionality of Land Ownership among Men and Women in Sub-Saharan Africa

Ardina HASANBASRI1, Talip KILIC2, Gayatri KOOLWAL2, Heather MOYLAN2

1: University of Michigan; 2: World Bank

06-03: RIA Organized Session IV
Location: C-300
 

Investing in Value Chains for Rural Transformation

Chair(s): Ben DAVIS (FAO)

 

 

What Does the Literature Tell Us About the Role of Value Chains in Rural Transformation?

Anne GESARE TIMU
IFAD

 

Which Lessons Can We Learn from Impact Assessments?

Athur MABISO
IFAD

 

Project Design and Implementation Perspectives

Mylene KHERALLAH, Nadhem MTIMET
IFAD

 

Discussion

Custodio MUCAVELE
IFAD

 

Discussion

Tawfiq EL-ZABRI
IFAD

 

Challenges in VC Projects' Implementation

Luca ALINOVI
Farmshine, Kenya

 

Closing Remarks

Thouraya TRIKI
IFAD

06-04: Food Security I
Location: C-400
Chair: Shirley CHINIEN, IFAD
 

Attributing Changes in Food Insecurity to a Changing Climate

Shouro DASGUPTA1, Elizabeth JZ ROBINSON2

1: CMCC Foundation; 2: Grantham Research Institute - LSE



Economic Evaluation of Innovative Insect Feed as A Dietary Protein Source For Commercial Livestock Production In Developing Countries. a Case of Kenya.

Afrika Onguko OKELLO, Chrysantus Mbi TANGA, Michael Mukembo KIDOIDO

ICIPE



Water Insecurity is Positively Associated with Food Insecurity in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

Sera L YOUNG1, Hilary J BETHANCOURT1, Edward A FRONGILLO2, Sara VIVIANI3, Carlo CAFIERO3

1: Institute for Policy Research and Department of Anthropology, Northwestern University, United States of America; 2: Arnold School of Public Health, University of South Carolina, United States of America; 3: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome, Italy

06-05: Value Chain I
Location: C-500
 

Evolution of the Beef Value Chains and Employment Generation Potential in Uganda

John ILUKOR

World Bank



Jobs, Rice and Inclusive Value Chains: Employment effects from modernizing rice cultivation in Côte d’Ivoire

Veronica MICHEL GUTIERREZ, Luc CHRISTIAENSEN, Daniel GNIZA, Dossou Ghislain AIHOUNTON

World Bank



The Socio-economic Performances of Conventional, Organic and Genetically Modified Cotton: Evidence from Western Burkina Faso

Yirviel Janvier METOUOLE MEDA1, Pam ZAHONOGO2, Irene Susana EGYIR3, John Baptist Donsaananang JATOE3

1: Université de Dédougou; 2: Université Thomas Sankara; 3: University of Ghana

12:00pm
-
1:00pm
Lunch break
Poster Session
 
1:00pm
-
2:30pm
07-01: PARM Organized Session
Location: C-100
 

PARM Holistic Approach To Agricultural Risk Management - Linking Research And Practice

Chair(s): Massimo GIOVANOLA (PARM), Emily COLEMAN (INSURED)

 

 

Risk Assessment Study

Tristan LE COTTY1, Damien OUATTARA2
1CIRAD, 2Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries of Burkina Faso

 

Importance of Capacity Development for Agricultural Risk Management – from theory to practice

Carlos Enrique ARCE
PARM

 

Gender As a Prerequisite for Effective Agricultural Risk Management

Desirée ZWANCK
PARM

 

Access to Information System

Moussa CISSE
PARM

 

INSURED, Rural Resilience and Economic Development

Tara JAMES
PARM/INSURED

07-02: Gender II
Location: C-200
Chair: Abdelkarim SMA, IFAD
 

Individual Wealth Inequality: Measurement and Evidence from Low- and Middle-Income Countries

Gayatri KOOLWAL1, Ardina HASANBASRI2, Talip KILIC1, Heather MOYLAN1

1: World Bank; 2: University of Michigan



ESG Performance to Introduce New Indicators to Assess Women’s Leadership and Empowerment in Agricultural Public Policies

Cristiana CARLETTI, Mariella PAGLIUCA

Roma Tre University



Obstacles Preventing Rural Women from Entrepreneurial Activities (A Structural Equation Modelling for Iran)

Senour AHMADI1, Fabio Maria SANTUCCI2, Bianca Maria TORQUATI2

1: AREEO; 2: University of Perugia

07-03: RIA Organized Session V
Location: C-300
 

Inclusive Rural Finance and Enterprise Development

Chair(s): Nancy MCCARTHY (Lead Analytics)

 

 

Inclusive Rural Finance and Enterprise Development: Lessons from Impact Assessments

Athur MABISO1, Beliyou HAILE2, Aslihan ARSLAN1, Marup HOSSAIN1
1IFAD, 2IFPRI

 

Discussion

James Marc DE SOUSA-SHIELDS
IFAD

 

Discussion

Philipp BAUMGARTNER
IFAD

 

Discussion

Norman MESSER
IFAD

 

Closing Remarks

Sara MBAGO-BHUNU
IFAD

07-04: Food Security II
Location: C-400
Chair: Tarek KOTB, IFAD
 

A Food System Analysis of Dietary Consumption, Food Availability, and Food Access for Food Security in Northern Ghana

Balikisu OSMAN

York University



Food Security and Livelihood Diversification in Forest Restoration: The Case of Action Against Desertification in Northern Nigeria

Ana Paula DE LA O CAMPOS, Carly PETRACCO, Elsa VALLI, Nicholas SITKO

FAO



Assessing the Costs and Benefits of Wild and Domesticated Olive Growing Options in a Far Western District of Nepal

Vittoria PINCA1,3, Stefano VALLE1, Pasquale DE MURO2, Sara SAVASTANO3, Simone SEVERINI1

1: University of Tuscia; 2: Roma Tre University; 3: IFAD

07-05: Value Chain II
Location: C-500
Chair: Nadhem MTIMET, IFAD
 

Rural Roads and Local Agro-Firm Development: Evidence from India

Gowthami VENKATESWARAN1, Hemant K PULLABHOTLA2, Kathy BAYLIS3

1: University of Illinois; 2: Stanford University; 3: University of California



Trade Policy and Land Use Impact: a Computable General Equilibrium Approach

Alessandro ANTIMIANI1, Erwin CORONG2

1: EC; 2: Purdue University



Collective Action and Governance of Domestique Value Chain in Africa

Samuel AHOUDJO, Guillaume SOULLIER, Paule MOUSTIER

CIRAD

2:30pm
-
4:00pm
08-01: ICID Organized Session
Location: C-100
 

Sustainability of Refugee Livelihood in Low Income Countries: The Case of Uganda

Chair(s): Dina SALEH (IFAD)

 

 

Proximity Between Refugees and Hosts: Implications for Non-Farm Enterprise Sustainability

Rama DASI MARIANI1, Furio Camillo ROSATI1, Pasquale SCARAMOZZINO1, Marco D'ERRICO2
1University of Rome Tor Vergata, 2FAO

 

Assessing Transfers as a Means to Mitigate Covid-19 Impacts on Food Security: Evidence from Refugee Communities in Uganda

Marco D'ERRICO1, Ellestina JUMBE1, Irene STAFFIERI1, Paul WINTERS2, Rebecca PIETRELLI1
1FAO, 2University of Notre Dame

 

Training Refugees: Lights and Shadows in the Context of the Self-Reliance Strategy Implemented in Uganda

Adriana IGNACIUK, Marina MASTRORILLO, Antonio SCOGNAMILLO
FAO

 

Refugee Agricultural Value chains for Economic Self-reliance in East Africa: how to use baseline results for programmatic support

Noemi PACE1, Nicholas SITKO2, Daniel BORDI2
1University of Teramo and FAO, 2FAO



Identifying the Transmission Channels of COVID-19 Impact on Poverty and Food Security in Refugee-Hosting Districts of Uganda

Margherita SQUARCINA, Donato ROMANO

University of Florence

08-02: Gender/Youth
Location: C-200
Chair: Amine BELHAMISSI, IFAD
 

Sustaining School Enrolment when Rains Fail: a Gender Disaggregated Analysis of the Impacts of School Feeding Programmes on School Enrolment in the Context of Dry Shocks in Malawi

Irene STAFFIERI1, Nicholas SITKO1, John MALUCCIO2

1: FAO; 2: Middlebury College



Refocusing Youth Employment in Food Systems: Understanding the Role of Agency and the Right to Work for Decent Work and Food Systems’ Transformation.

Paola TERMINE1, Mariaelena HUAMBACHANO2

1: FAO; 2: Syracuse University



The IFAD ODA Impact on Smallholders Rice and Wheat Producers and Socio-economic Development

Mario GHIOLDI1,2, Eduard GRAU-NOGUER3,4

1: International Business School Budapest; 2: University of Buckingham; 3: Agencia de Salut Publica de Barcelona; 4: Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona



Inequality and Poverty Inside the Household: A Collective Consumption Evidence from Ethiopia

Getachew Yirga BELETE1, Martina MENON2, Federico PERALI2

1: Bahir Dar University; 2: University of Verona

08-03: RIA Organized Session VI
Location: C-300
 

Climate Change Adaptation for Sustainable Rural Transformation

Chair(s): Marcel BEUKEBOOM (Netherlands)

 

 

Project Implementation and Impacts

Hisham ZEHNI
IFAD

 

Which Lessons Can We Learn from Impact Assessments on Small Scale Producers and Climate Adaptation?

Romina CAVATASSI, Aslihan ARSLAN, Sara SAVASTANO, Emanuele ZUCCHINI, Giuseppe MAGGIO, Sina GEMESSA
IFAD

 

Project Implementation and Impacts

Sinafikeh GEMESSA
IFAD

 

Discussion

Amath Pathe SENE
IFAD

 

Discussion

Ambrosio BARROS
IFAD

 

Discussion

Mikael KAUTTU
IFAD

 

Discussion

Rene CASTRO
IFAD

 

Closing Remarks

Tom ANYONGE
IFAD

08-04: CGIAR SPIA Organized Session
Location: C-400
 

Documenting The Reach And The Role Of Technological Innovations On Ethiopia Agricultural Transformation

Chair(s): Karen MACOURS (CGIAR SPIA, PSE)

 

 

Evaluation of Large-Scale Government Effort to Improve Fertilizer Use in Ethiopia

Thomas Woldu ASSEFA1, Ellen MCCULLOUGH1, Guush BERHANE2
1University of Georgia, 2IFPRI

 

Do Social Protection Programs Reduce Vulnerability to Food and Nutrition Insecurity? Evidence from Urban Ethiopia

Bethelem NEGEDE1, Katia COVARRUBIAS2, Ana Paula DE LA O CAMPOS2, Hailemariam TEKLEWOLD3
1Wageningen University, 2FAO, 3Environment and Climate Research Center/Policy Studies Institute

 

Do safety nets promote resilience to weather shocks?Evidence from Ethiopia’s Productive Safety Net Program (PSNP)

Martha KIBRU
Addis Ababa University

 

Labour Markets, Agricultural Innovations, and Transfer Programmes

Giulio SCHINAIA
University of Oxford

08-05: WFP Organized Session
Location: C-500
 

Evaluating Impact on Resilience and Women's Empowerment

Chair(s): Jonas Leo HEIRMAN (WFP)

 

 

Gender Gaps Across Countries. Initial Findings from the Cash-based Transfer and Gender Impact Evaluation Window

Felipe DUNSCH1, John LOESER2
1WFP, 2World Bank

 

Understanding Resilience in fragile contexts: Early analysis from the Climate and Resilience Window

Hanna PAULOSE1, Paul CHRISTIAN2
1WFP, 2World Bank

4:00pm
-
4:30pm
Coffee break
4:30pm
-
5:30pm
PL02: Plenary Bridging Research and Policy Gap II
Location: Italian room
 

Bridging the Research and Policy Divide: Lessons Learned and Opportunities to Close the Gap

Chair(s): Katherine MEIGHAN (IFAD)

 

 

Connecting Policy Research and Policymakers. A Comparison of AAAE and AfDB Experiences

Guy-Blaise NKAMLEU
AAEA/AFDB

 

How the World Bank Bridges the Gap Between Policy Makers and Academic Research.

Madhur GAUTAM
World Bank

 

Science and Policy Interface in the Research and Innovations activities of the EU

Leonard MIZZI
EU

 

Evidence in Developing WFP’s Priorities and Assessing their Programmes

Andrea COOK
WFP

 

Lessons Learned in Strengthening Policy Research Capacity and Influence in Africa

Thomas JAYNE
Michigan State University

 

The Perspective of Academies of Sciences Bridging Research and Policy

Joachim VON BRAUN
University of Bonn

Date: Friday, 24/June/2022
10:00am
-
11:00am
PL03: Wolf Prize Lecture
Location: Italian room
 

Keynote Speech

Chair(s): Jo PURI (IFAD)

 

 

Innovation for Agriculture and Rural Transformation

David ZILBERMAN
Professor and Robinson Chair, University of California, Berkeley, 2019 Wolf Prize in Agriculture

 

Discussion

Maximo TORERO
Chief Economist, FAO

11:00am
-
12:30pm
09-01: Job Meet-up
Location: Italian room
 

Job Meet-Up Event

Chair(s): Richard AIELLO (IFAD)

Professionals: Aslihan ARSLAN (IFAD), Marco D'ERRICO (FAO), Chitra DESHPANDE (IFAD), Jacqueline FLENTGE (WFP), Maddalena HONORATI (World Bank), Athur MABISO (IFAD), Vibhuti MENDIRATTA (IFAD), Federica SALIOLA (World Bank), Tisorn SONGSERMSAWAS (IFAD), Dimitra STAMATOPOULOS (IFAD)

Candidates: Senour AHMADI (AREEO), Konan Samuel AHOUDJO (CIRAD), Inês Lameiras AZEVEDO (European University Institute), Teresa CAPPELLI (University of Florence), Lisa CAPRETTI (University of Rome La Sapienza), Joel Naoki Ernesto CHRISTOPH (Euroepan University Institute), Shouro DASGUPTA (CMCC), Martina FARINELLA (FAO), Tulia GATTONE (University of Rome La Sapienza), Mohamed AMID (Rome Tre University), Agnese LOY (University of Florence), Giulia MALEVOLTI (University of Florence), Paulo MORTARA BATISTIC (University of Münster), Angeline MUJEYI (ICRISAT), Enrico NANO (FAO), Federica PETRUCCELLI (University of Rome La Sapienza), Tévécia RONZON (JRC), Chun SONG (FAO), Nicolò TOMASELLI (University of Florence)

09-02: Jobs & Migration
Location: C-200
Chair: Giuseppe MAGGIO, IFAD
 

An Indirect Cost of Conflict: Insecurity and Seasonal Migration in Mali

Marion Anne Jacqueline RICHARD1,2

1: Paris School of Economics; 2: UCLouvain



Assessing Sex-Specific Estimates and Drivers of Agricultural Employment Participation and Intensity in Africa

Gianluigi NICO1, Carlo AZZARRI2

1: FAO; 2: IFPRI



Labor Mobility and Rural Income in Peru: Does the Destination Matter?

Anna FABRY, Miet MAERTENS

KU Leuven



Too Rare to Dare? How Multitopic Household Surveys Can Help Unveil the Nexus between Climate Change, Migration, and Labor Mobility

Calogero CARLETTO1, Marco LETTA2, Pierluigi MONTALBANO2, Adriana PAOLANTONIO1, Alberto ZEZZA1

1: World Bank; 2: University of Rome La Sapienza

09-03: RBAs Organized Session
Location: C-300
 

Community of Evaluation in Rome: Informal Conversation

Chair(s): Sara SAVASTANO (IFAD)

Discussant(s): Romina CAVATASSI (IFAD), Luc CHRISTIAENSEN (World Bank), Andrea COOK (WFP), Clemencia COSENTINO (FAO), Benjamin DAVIS (FAO), Jonas HEIRMAN (WFP), Leonard MIZZI (European Union), Pierella PACI (World Bank), Arif RASHID (USAID), Maximo TORERO (FAO)

09-04: COVID19 II
Location: C-400
 

Impact of Access to Finance on Welfare and Resilience Among the 2004 Tsunami Affected Households in India

Marup HOSSAIN, Tisorn SONGSERMSAWAS, Robinson TOGUEM

IFAD



Inequalities in Job Loss and Income Loss in Sub-Saharan Africa during the COVID-19 crisis

Ivette CONTRERAS-GONZALEZ1, Gbemisola OSENI1, Amparo PALACIOS-LOPEZ1, Janneke PIETERS2, Michael WEBER1

1: The World Bank; 2: Wageningen University



Labor Mobility in Nigeria: Understanding Long Term Trends and Recent Patterns

Amparo PALACIOS-LOPEZ, Pauline CASTAING, Calogero CARLETTO

World Bank



Food Security and Subjective Wellbeing in the Covid-19 Period: the Impact of a Rural Development Program in the Solomon Islands

Leonardo BECCHETTI1, Sara MANCINI1, Sara SAVASTANO2

1: University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy; 2: IFAD

09-05: SITES Organized Session
Location: C-500
 

The "One Health" Proposal

Chair(s): Unni KARANUKARA (Yale Law School)

 

 

Opening Remarks

Pasquale Lucio SCANDIZZO
University of Rome Tor Vergata and OpenEconomics

 

One Health and the Exposoma Approach

Vincenzo ATELLA
University of Rome Tor Vergata

 

Loneliness and Health

Federico PERALI
University of Verona

 

Concluding Remarks

Giovanni TRIA
Ministry of Economic Development

12:30pm
-
1:30pm
Lunch break
1:30pm
-
3:00pm
PL04: Plenary on Jobs in Food System Transformation
Location: Italian room
 

Jobs In Food System Transformation

Chair(s): Ravi KANBUR (Cornell University)

 

 

Opening Remarks

Maximo TORERO
FAO

 

Taking Stock of Recent Trends

Kate SCHNEIDER
Johns Hopkins University

 

Jobs in post-production

Stella NORDHAGEN
GAIN

 

Jobs in the Transformation to Regenerative Agriculture: Micro Level Evidence from Rice in India

Barbara HARRIS-WHITE
University of Oxford

 

Jobs and the Political Economy of Food Systems Change

Jo SWINNEN
CGIAR-IFPRI

3:00pm
-
4:00pm
PL05: Plenary on Experience Economy Model
Location: Italian room
 

Innovative Ideas to Use the Experience Economy Model to Accelerate the Quiet Revolution in the Midstream of Agrifood Value Chains

Chair(s): Sara SAVASTANO (IFAD)

 

 

Evidence from the RDR 2021

Jo PURI
IFAD

 

Lessons from the Experience Economy Models and Evolution of the Wine Value Chains

Orley ASHENFELTER
Princeton University

 

Discussion

Jo SWINNEN
CGIAR-IFPRI

4:00pm
-
5:00pm
PL06: Nobel Prize Lecture
Location: Italian room
 

Keynote Speech

Chair(s): Sara SAVASTANO (IFAD)

 

 

Opening Remarks

Jo PURI
IFAD

 

Simple Empirical Strategies to Generate New Causal Knowledge

Joshua David ANGRIST
Ford Professor of Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics in 2021

7:00pm
-
11:00pm
Social Event 3: Conference Dinner

 
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