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April 25, 2010 History. by Gertrud Buchenrieder. Published 1996 by Peter Lang in Frankfurt am Main, New York.
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M Zeller, G Schrieder, J Von Braun, F Heidhues. Intl Food Policy Res Inst, 1997. T Dufhues, G Buchenrieder, HD Quoc, N Munkung. The Journal of Socio-Economics 40 (5), 679-691, 2011. Auße Diversifikation im ess: cheidungen und-strategien ländlicher Haushalte in Slowenien und Mazedonien.
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Monetary Policy Civil Servant Economic Role Genuine Saving Pure Public Good. The author gratefully acknowledges the assistance of the British Academy towards his participation in this seminar.
Benefits of food assistance programs on education depend on the program’s success to offset opportunity costs of education relative to child labor.
Psychology and economics affect each other! An intervention to increase women’s beliefs in their own ability to attain their goals produces large and persistent increases in employment in India. Benefits of food assistance programs on education depend on the program’s success to offset opportunity costs of education relative to child labor. School feeding led to increases on enrolment by 11 percentage points and to about an additional half-year of completed education during the conflict in Mali.
Security Dialogue, Vol. 43, Issue. This article focuses on innovation in weather insurance designed to fit the special circumstances of the poor in lower income countries where rural and agricultural financial markets are largely underdeveloped. Index insurance is an innovation that circumvents many of the fundamental problems that hamper the development of insurance for weather risks in lower income countries. With index insurance, payments are made based upon an objective and independent index that serves as a proxy for significant losses to crops, livestock, or other property.