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IDS Researchers produce a huge range of material – including journal articles, research and evidence reports, policy and rapid response briefings, and working papers – often co-publishing with partner organisations.

As part of IDS’ commitment to making knowledge available and relevant to those who can use it to bring about positive change, the majority of IDS publications and co-publications are freely available to download. In addition, IDS Fellows contribute regularly to the flagship IDS journal, the IDS Bulletin and to many other development-related journals. 

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This is the IFAD/IDS Report, 'Brokering Development: Enabling Factors for Public-Private-Producer Partnerships in Agricultural Value Chains'.

Brokering Development: Enabling Factors for Public-Private-Producer Partnerships in Agricultural Value Chains

IDS-IFAD Report (2015)

Markets are central to agriculture and rural development. Making markets, value chains and the systems that support them work better for the poor has therefore become a central aim of many donors, governments and nongovernmental organisations. More details


This is the IFAD/IDS Case Study, 'Brokering Development: Enabling Factors for Public-Private-Producer Partnerships in Agricultural Value Chains'. Summary of Ghana Case Study.

Brokering Development: Enabling Factors for Public-Private-Producer Partnerships in Agricultural Value Chains. Summary of Ghana case study

IDS-IFAD Case Study (2015)

This is a summary of the Ghana Country Report, as part of an IFAD-funded programme on the role of PPPs in agriculture. It is one of the four IFAD project-supported Public-Private-Producer Partnerships analysed for the research. More details


This is the IFAD/IDS Case Study, 'Brokering Development: Enabling Factors for Public-Private-Producer Partnerships in Agricultural Value Chains'. Summary of Indonesia Case Study.

Brokering Development: Enabling Factors for Public-Private-Producer Partnerships in Agricultural Value Chains. Summary of Indonesia case study

IDS-IFAD Case Study (2015)

This is a summary of the Indonesia Country Report, based on research carried out in 2014 in association with the Institute of Development Studies (IDS), as part of an IFAD-funded programme on the role of PPPs in agriculture. More details


This is the IFAD/IDS Case Study, 'Brokering Development: Enabling Factors for Public-Private-Producer Partnerships in Agricultural Value Chains'. Summary of Rwanda Case Study.

Brokering Development: Enabling Factors for Public-Private-Producer Partnerships in Agricultural Value Chains. Summary of Rwanda case study

IDS-IFAD Case Study (2015)

This is a summary of the Rwanda Country Report, based on research carried out in 2014 in association with the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) and the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) as part of an IFAD-funded programme on the role of PPPs in agriculture. More details


This is the IFAD/IDS Case Study, 'Brokering Development: Enabling Factors for Public-Private-Producer Partnerships in Agricultural Value Chains'. Summary of Uganda Case Study.

Brokering Development: Enabling Factors for Public-Private-Producer Partnerships in Agricultural Value Chains. Summary of Uganda case study

IDS-IFAD Case Study (2015)

This is a summary of the Uganda Country Report, based on research carried out in 2014 in association with the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) as part of an IFAD-funded programme on the role of PPPs in agriculture. More details


This is the cover to IDS Working Paper 458, 'A Common Sense Approach to the Right to Food'.

A Common Sense Approach to the Right to Food

IDS Working Paper 458 (2015)

Despite the growing activism and debate around the right to food in the past decade, there has been little exploration of what the right means in everyday life and in the routine encounters between states and citizens. More details


IDS publications on international development research

WINNN and ORIE: Working to Improve Nutrition in Northern Nigeria

This two page briefing provides an overview of the work of the DFID-funded Working to Improve Nutrition in Northern Nigeria programme, which is seeking to improve the nutritional status of over 6 million children across five northern states, and its independent Operations Research and Impact Evaluation component. More details


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Unravelling Commitment? An Empirical Assessment of Political Commitment to Reduce Hunger and Undernutrition in Five High Burden Countries

IDS Evidence Report 138 (2015)

In recent years, the global hunger and nutrition community has increasingly come to view political commitment as an essential ingredient for pushing food and nutrition security higher up public policy agendas. More details


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Event Report: Right or Wrong? What Values Inform Modern Impact Evaluation?

IDS Evidence Report 139 (2015)

This workshop was supported by the Institute of Development Studies’ (IDS’) Department for International Development (DFID) Accountable Grant, with a view to start a dialogue around the use and application of ethics in impact evaluation. More details


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Background Report: Right or Wrong? What Values Inform Modern Impact Evaluation?

IDS Evidence Report 140 (2015)

This background report supported an event hosted in January 2015 by the Centre for Development Impact (CDI) – a joint initiative between the Institute of Development Studies (IDS), Itad and the University of East Anglia (UEA) – with the objective of opening up the debate on ethics and exploring how it can become more relevant to the field of impact evaluation. More details


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