IFPRI: Guidelines for Public Private Partnerships for Agricultural Innovation

Policy Brief Policy Brief


24 March 2021

This brief presents the results of a study that examines how public private partnerships in agricultural research stimulate greater investment in pro-poor innovation in developing country agriculture. The brief provides policymakers, research managers, and business decisionmakers with a better understanding of how such partnerships operate, what types of challenges they face, and how their operation can be improved to make a greater contribution to food security and poverty reduction.

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