If you're following our Political Economy of Agricultural Policy in Africa conference, take a look at this series of seven FAC working papers on democracy, politics and agriculture.
As well as an overview, the papers span Mozambique, Rwanda, Malawi, Tanzania, Burkina Faso and Ethiopia. They look at what determines agricultural policy in different countries - exploring how voters, civil society, donors and business interact with governments in policy processes related to farming and food.
- Democratisation and the Political Economy of Agricultural Policy in Africa FAC Working Paper 43
- From negligence to populism: an analysis of Mozambique’s agricultural political economy FAC Working Paper 34
- Policy for agriculture and horticulture in Rwanda FAC Working Paper 38
- The political economy of agricultural policy processes in Malawi: a case study of the Fertilizer Subsidy Programme FAC Working Paper 39
- Politics, patronage and projects: the political economy of agricultural policy in Tanzania FAC Working Paper 40
- L’Économie Politique du Succès de la Filière Coton au Burkina Faso: Entre Paradoxes et Incertitudes FAC Working Paper 41 (in French)
- The Political Economy of Agricultural Extension in Ethiopia: Economic Growth and Political Control FAC Working Paper 42