Further Reading

 

Brown, L., R. 2012. Full planet, empty plates. The new geopolitics of food security. Washington, DC: Earth Policy Institute.

Chambers, R., Pacey, A. and Thrupp, L.A. (editors). 1989. Farmer first. Farmer innovation and agricultural research. London: Intermediate Technology Publications.

Conway, G. and Waage, J. 2010. Science and innovation for development. London: UK Collaborative on Development Sciences.

Denison, R.F. 2012. Darwinian agriculture. How understanding evolution can improve agriculture. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Haggblade, S. and Hazell, P. (editors). 2010. Successes in African agriculture. Lessons for the future. Washington, DC: International Food Policy Research Institute.

International Fund for Agricultural Development. 2010. Rural poverty report 2011. New realities, new challenges: new opportunities for tomorrow’s generation. Rome: IFAD.

Juma, C. 2011. The new harvest. Agricultural innovation in Africa. New York: Oxford University Press.

Ronald, P. and Adamchak, R. 2008. Tomorrow’s table. New York: Oxford University Press.

Rosenzweig, C. and Hillel, D. 2008. Climate variability and the global harvest. Impacts of El Nino and other oscillations on agro-ecosystems. Oxford University Press.

Spielman, D. and Pandya-Lorch, R. (editors). 2009. Millions fed: proven successes in agricultural development. Washington, DC: IFPRI.

Sumberg, J. and Thompson, J. 2012. Contested agronomy. Agricultural research in a changing world. London: Taylor & Francis Ltd.

Thurow, R. 2012. The last hunger season: a year in an African farm community on the brink of change. New York: Public Affairs.

 

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