Promoting Participatory and Evidence-Based Agricultural Policy Processes in Africa A research project in support of the Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme
PEBAP


Conference on the Political Economy of Agricultural Policy in Africa


The Futures Agricultures Consortium (FAC) has given us the opportunity to present our project at their conference on the Political Economy of Agricultural Policy in Africa. We truly appreciated to discuss our approach for analyzing agricultural policy processes and outcomes in Ghana, Senegal and Uganda. Thank you, FAC, so much for this opportunity.

Parallel Session 2: Promoting Participatory and Evidence-Based Policy Processes in Africa

'The research project "Promoting Participatory and Evidence-Based Policy Processes in Africa" ' - Regina Birner
'Donors and domestic policy-makers: Two worlds in agricultural policy-making?' - Jonathan Mockshell
'The role of policy beliefs and discourses: A case study of NAADS in Uganda' - Patience Rwamigisa
'Combining political and economic models: An evolutionary Computable General Political Economy Equilibrium Model (CGPE)' - Eva Krampe

We kindly invite you to have a look at the blog about our session:
http://www.future-agricultures.org/blog/entry/clash-of-beliefs#.UVCA51eRdI0.