Research and Analysis
A list of articles authored, or co-authored by FAC members and published in peer-reviewed journals.
Journal issues are not normally available free of charge, though selected articles are sometimes offered free or at a discount.
This section lists books written by, or with contributions from Future Agricultures Consortium researchers.
Our contributions to books allow us to explore issues in detail. They often involve working with other researchers to share new ideas and findings on topics important to agricultural policy in Africa - from seasonality to innovation among pastoralists.
The Land Deal Politics Initiative provides a global platform to generate solid evidence on the 'global land grab' phenomenon through detailed, field-based research.
The LDPI Working Paper Series is the main initial publication outlet of the research outputs from the initiative. Many have been written through support from the LDPI's Small Grants Programme.
Future Agricultures also publishes its own series of papers on a variety of themes: see the main Working Papers collection.
The Policy Brief series was launched by Future Agricultures in 2005 to provide a forum for the analysis of important agriculture policy issues by leading researchers. The series aims to identify key issues, apply the best and most up-to-date research to help understand these issues, and explore the implications of this research for the design and conduct of policy. We typically publish between 8 to 10 Policy Briefs each year.
A significant number of our policy briefs are also translated into French.
This series reports research activities or interim findings and aim to share ideas and elicit feedback. Future Agricultures publishes approximately six to ten Working Papers per year.
We also support a series of LDPI Working Papers through our involvement in the Land Deal Politics Initiative.
Nos briefings politiques analysent des questions importantes de la politique agricole en Afrique. Ces briefings sont traduit de l'anglais - les versions originaux se trouvent dans la section Policy Briefs.