Introduction: The 26th Conference of the IAAE.
Keijiro Otsuka and Kaliappa Kalirajan.
Agricultural Growth and Economic Development: A View through the Globalization Lens.
Empowering Rural People for their Own Development.
The Economics of Natural Disasters: Implications and Challenges for Food Security.
Hartwig de Haen, Gunter Hemrich.
The Impact of Droughts and Floods on Food Security and Policy Options to Alleviate Negative Effects.
The Impact of Natural and Manmade Disasters on Household Welfare.
The Doha Agenda and Agricultural Trade Reform: The Role of Economic Analysis.
Will Martin, Kym Anderson.
Globalization, Privatization, and Vertical Coordination in Food Value Chains in Developing and Transition Countries.
Johan Swinnen, Miet Maertens.
Food Regulation and Trade under the WTO: Ten Years in Perspective.
David Orden, Donna Roberts.
Economics of Biofortification.
Matin Qaim, Alexander J. Stein, J.V. Meenakshi.
Food Safety in a Globalizing World: Opportunities and Challenges for India.
Dina Umali–Deininger, Mona Sur.
Food Safety as a Global Public Goods: Is There Underinvestment?.
The Technological Progress for Sustaining Food–Population Balance: Achievement and Challenges.
Rural Nonfarm Employment in Developing Countries in an era of Globalization.
Tom Reardon, Kostas Stamoulis, Prabhu Pingali.
Agricultural Research and Policy for Better Health and Nutrition in Developing Countries: A Food Systems Approach.
The Nutrition Transition in High and Low–Income Countries:What are the Policy Lessons?.
Barry Popkin, and Shu Wen Ng.
Coping with Drought in Rice Farming in Asia: Insights from a Cross–Country Comparative Study.
Sushil Pandey, Humnath Bhandari, Shijun Ding, Preeda Prapertchob, Ramesh Sharan, Dibakar Naik, Sudhir K. Taunk, and Asras Sastri.
Productivity in Malagasy Rice Systems:Wealth–Differentiated Constraints and Priorities.
Bart Minten, Jean–Claude Randrianarisoa, and Christopher B. Barrett.
Economic Statistics and U.S. Agricultural Policy.
Bruce Gardner, Barry Goodwin, and Mary Ahearn.
Income Distributional Effects of Using Market–Based Instruments for Managing Common Property Resources.
Siwa Msangi, and Richard E. Howitt.
Designing Frameworks to Deliver Unknown Information to Support Market Based Instruments.
Mark Eigenraam, Loris Strappazzon, Nicola Lansdell, Craig Beverly, Gary Stoneham.
Tariff Line Analysis of U.S. and International Dairy Protection.
Jason H. Grant , Thomas W. Hertel, and Thomas F. Rutherford.
Meta–Analysis of General and Partial Equilibrium Simulations of Doha Round Outcomes.
Sebastian Hess, and Stephan von Cramon–Taubadel.
The Doha Development Round and Africa: Partial and General Equilibrium Analyses of Tariff Preference Erosion.
Mohamed Hedi Bchir, Stephen N. Karingi, Andrew Mold, Patrick N. Osakwe, and Mustapha Sadni Jallab.
John W. Longworth.
Mark W. Rosegrant.
Kaliappa Kalirajan is also a professorial fellow at FASID and a professor of development economics at the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS). His areas of major interest include macroeconomic and trade policies and reform, poverty reduction, and technology issues. He is also an adjunct professor at the Madras School of Economics, Chennai, India.