Political Economy Conference 2013

<p>Conference papers and other resources from the FAC <a href=”events/policy-processes-conference”>conference on the Political Economy of Agricultural Policy in Africa</a></p><p>Pretoria, South Africa<br />March 2013</p>


Latest articles

Negotiating new relationships: how the Ethiopian state is involving China and Brazil in agriculture
March 27, 2013 / Brazilian and Chinese Engagement
Negotiating new relationships: how the Ethiopian state is involving China and Brazil in agriculture and rural development (slides) Dawit AlemuEthiopian Agricultural Research Institute

Combining political and economic models: An evolutionary CGPE Model
March 27, 2013 / Other Resources (Political Economy 2013)
Combining political and economic models: An evolutionary Computable General Political Economy Equilibrium Model (CGPE) Christian Henning and Eva KrampeDepartment of Agricultural Economics, University of Kiel, Germany

The Role of Policy Beliefs and Discourses: A Case Study of NAADS in Uganda
March 27, 2013 / Other Resources (Political Economy 2013)
Patience B. RwamigisaMinistry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries, UgandaAFRISA, Makerere University, Uganda

Donors and domestic policy makers: Two worlds in agricultural policy-making?
March 27, 2013 / Other Resources (Political Economy 2013)
Jonathan Mockshell and Regina BirnerUniversity of Hohenheim  

China and Brazil in Ghanaian Agriculture (slides)
March 27, 2013 / Brazilian and Chinese Engagement
Kojo AmanorInstitute of African Studies, University of Ghana, Legon

East African agriculture – the Potential and the Prospects (slides)
March 18, 2013 / Developmental Regimes in Africa
Ton Dietz and Wijnand KlaverAfrican Studies Centre Leiden

African Agriculture – The Potential And The Prospects
March 18, 2013 / Developmental Regimes in Africa
Full title: African Agriculture – the Potential and the Prospects: Case Studies for Kenya and Tanzania, Exploring a Method of Analysis Ton Dietz and Wijnand KlaverAfrican Studies Centre Leiden

Policy and governance in Africa’s economic transformation
March 18, 2013 / Developmental Regimes in Africa
David BoothOverseas Development Institute

The succession trap: high growth Africa and the pitfalls of leadership change
March 18, 2013 / Developmental Regimes in Africa
Tim KelsallDevelopmental Regimes in Africa (DRA) Project