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IFPRI IN 2012, by Dr. BADIANE OUSMANE

IFPRI IN 2012, by Dr. BADIANE OUSMANE

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  • AJE: Shenggen’s paper 4th most cited. JDS: Xiaobo’s paper “How Does Globalisation Affect Regional Inequality within A Developing Country? Evidence from China” 4th most read in JBS. Ousmane Badiane and KwadwoAsenso-Okyere were selected as distinguished fellows by the African Association of Agricultural Economists. PK Joshi selected fellow by Indian Society of Agricultural Economics .Gian Nicola Francesconi and Fleur Wouterse, two researchers based in IFPRI’s WCAO regional office, received the Oikocredit Young Researcher Award NazaireHoussou, Postdoctoral Fellow in the Development Strategy and Governance Division, was awarded the 2012 European Science Award by the Fiat Panis Foundation (awarded for doctoral dissertation directly applicable to the enhancement of food security and poverty reduction) for his work on targeting the poor and smallholder farmers in Malawi

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  • 1. IPFRI IN 2012 OUSMANE BADIANEDirector for Africa | International Food Policy Research Institute
  • 2. 01 IFPRI…… As an academic institution
  • 3. 3Our staff 2012 300 2010 Senior 2011 Admin research support 250 2012 144 185 200 52 92 507 119 150 TOTALResearch 66 100support 85 50 165 80 13 9 Senior 0 DC-Based Local Hires Outposted & Telecommuters 4 admin Note: As of December 31, 2012
  • 4. 4Senior research staff by location 160 Non DC-Based DC-Based 120 80 40 0 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
  • 5. 5 Our budget 21.3 million 100 Unrestricted Window 1 & 2 OR Unrestricted Restricted 80 CRP7 Other CRP5 3% 1% 2%Million ($US) 60 40 A4NH 28% PIM 20 66% 0 Total = $99m Note: *Preliminary, **Budget
  • 6. 6We rankingRePEc Rankings, Feb. 2013#3 Agricultural Economics Research#4 African Economics ResearchTop 1% Development Economics ResearchCGD 2012 Major U.S. Think Tanks Index#4 Scholarly Citations2012 Global Go To Think Tank Index#11 International DevelopmentTop 2% U.S. Think Tanks
  • 7. 7 Recognition for our work IFPRI papers top cited /read in AJE and JDS GHI named Grand Winner 2011/12 Mercury Award, Best Annual Report, EuropeIFPRI alumna Eleni IFPRI researcherswon Yara prize for won OikocreditEthiopia Commodities Award (L) andExchange European Science (R) Award (R) Ousmane and Kwadwo became AAAE Fellows; PK became ISAE Fellow
  • 8. 8 Our publication record Total peer-reviewed IFPRI outlet Non-IFPRI outlet publications / researcher Peer reviewed (PR) Book chapters (NPR)400 300 2.5 Book chapters (PR) 2.3 Non-peer reviewed (NPR) Journal articles (NPR) 2.2350 250 Journal articles (PR) 2.0 2 1.9 1.8300 200250 1.5200 150150 1 100100 50 0.550 0 0 0 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012* Note: * Preliminary
  • 9. 9A glance at our 2012 publications
  • 10. Our web and media presence 2011-12 17% 53% 119% Webpage views Publication DG Corner downloads visitors 51% 385% 49% DatasetTwitter Retweets Downloads Facebook fans
  • 11. 11 Our academic impact (Social Science Citation Index) Publications in each year* Publications / researcher 160 1.2 1.0 1.0 120 0.8 0.8 80 0.4 40 0 0.0 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2010 2011 20122,500 Citations in each year* Citations / researcher 172,000 16.2 16 15.51,5001,000 15 14.2 500 14 0 13 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2010 2011 2012 Note: * Annual, non-cumulative
  • 12. 02 IFPRI…… As a global partner
  • 13. 13Actively engaging in global agenda settingFood security at G20 Public-private partnerships Food security in sustainable developmentIntegrated approach Food security at Contributions to to agriculture International Green Week 2012 SOFA
  • 14. 14 Enhancing country agric. transformationBangladesh Agricultural Policy analysis and Structural agricultural Policy Unit research evidence transformation in Ghana Technical support and Agricultural policies Agricultural research capacity strengthening in DRC reforms in Pakistan
  • 15. 15 Promoting agricultural markets Staple food value Biofuels mandates Improved ICTs for chains in Asia in the EU agriculture in AfricaInnovative contracts in Innovative Sound trade policies high-value crops index insurance in Tanzania
  • 16. 16 Advancing sustainable developmentContributions to UNFCC Food security and Agric. water management Doha Negotiations climate change, CFS in S. Asia and SSA Biosafety and biotechnology policies in Africa, Global Futures project Asia, and Central America
  • 17. 17Enhancing nutrition FEEDBACK SPRING Transform Nutrition High-iron bean Provitamin A maize in High-iron pearl millet varieties in Rwanda Zambia and Nigeria variety in India
  • 18. 18Mainstreaming gender in agriculture Women’s empowerment Attention to gender differences Addressing gender gaps in Smallholder Dairy Development Program
  • 19. 19A highlight of our 2012 events
  • 20. Thank you