The African Growth and Development Policy Modeling Consortium is an initiative aimed at positioning African experts to take a leadership role in the study of strategic development questions and the broader agricultural growth and policy debate facing African countries.

AGRODEP Newsletter No. 37: May 2015

The latest issue of the AGRODEP newsletter is now available on the AGRODEP website. It includes news about recent AGRODEP activities and features three AGRODEP members. The newsletter is published monthly. You can read the May issue and previous issues of the newsletter in the newsletter archives.

AGRODEP Working Paper No. 0011

AGRODEP WP 0011, authored by Kacana Sipangule and Jann Lay under a Gaps in Research Grant, examines the impacts of foreign LSLA on smallholders. All AGRODEP Working Papers can be viewed in the working paper library.

2014 Djibouti Impact Evaluation Baseline Survey
The Government of Djibouti is piloting an innovative integrated public works and nutrition intervention that targets households with pregnant women and children 0-2 years of age in poor areas. The evaluation is being conducted by J-PAL in 3 phases: baseline, follow-up, and endline 5 months after the end of public works. Key statistics and AGRODEP documentation on Djibouti can be found here.
MIRAGRODEP is a dynamic multi-country, multi-sector general equilibrium model. MIRAGRODEP is a new version of the MIRAGE model of the world economy. In this new version, the model's GAMS code has been simplified and presented in a more compact and user-friendly way. These modifications mean that the model can be easily adapted to other topics including regional trade agreements, preferential schemes, or even climate change.
AGRODEP Working Paper 0010

AGRODEP WP 0010, authored by AGRODEP member Olayinka Kareem under the Innovative Research Grant, examines the impact of EU import standards on African exports. All AGRODEP Working Papers can be viewed in the working paper library.



1 Jan, 2015 - 31 Dec, 2015

The AGRODEP team is pleased to announce its list of training courses for 2015. The courses were selected based on results from the 2015 training course survey; in this survey, members were given a list of proposed courses and asked to select their top three based on which would be most useful for their research and professional development. 

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