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  • 12. August 2015

    IMPRESA at the ICAE at Milan

    IMPRESA is organising a symposium to discuss themes and issues in agricultural research impact evaluation at the International Conference of Agricultural Economics at Milan. The session will take place at 11:00 on Thursday 13th August in room 208, with contributions from the IMPRESA consortium and its scientific advisory committee members. The chair is Julian Alston; Cathérine Moreddu will set the scene by discussing the international context of agricultural innovation; Peter Midmore will describe the results of the review of European agricultural research investment; Davide Viaggi will review issues in quantitative impact evaluation; and Dominique Barjolle will elaborate the projects case-study method using the example of organic rice production in the Camargue region. Link to the conference website. >>

  • 15. April 2015

    Synthesis report on agricultural research expenditure published

    Summarizing the findings of the 20 country-level analyses of agricultural research expenditures the WP 2 synthesis report can be downloaded now on this website. The report reviews the availability of data related to agricultural research, followed by a summary of the current status and trends in investments in agricultural research in Europe. In a final section, the importance of monitoring research expenditures in agriculture at the EU level is discussed. Additional supporting statistical material and summaries of the individual country studies are provided in two Annexes. The synthesis report will serve as a basic document for the workshop “Towards Better Monitoring of Investments in Agricultural Research in Europe” which is held on the 16 April 2015 in Rome. The workshop organized for IMPRESA by FAO and IFPRI will help to formulate a set of recommendations for the development of future monitoring of agricultural research in Europe. Building on the findings of the synthesis report and the workshop, IMPRESA will propose recommendations for the development of future research monitoring to enhance impact of investments in agricultural research in Europe. >>

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 609448.

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