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Aparajita Goyal
World Bank
36Publications
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#1Aparajita GoyalH-Index: 10
#2John NashH-Index: 2
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#1Aparajita GoyalH-Index: 10
#2John NashH-Index: 2
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#1Aparajita GoyalH-Index: 10
#2John NashH-Index: 2
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#1Aparajita GoyalH-Index: 10
#2John NashH-Index: 2
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#1Aparajita GoyalH-Index: 10
#2John NashH-Index: 2
Enhancing the productivity of agriculture is vital for Sub-Saharan Africa's economic future and is one of the most important tools to end extreme poverty and boost shared prosperity in the region. How governments elect to spend public resources has significant development impact in this regard. Choosing to catalyze a shift toward more effective, efficient, and climate-resilient public spending in agriculture can accelerate change and unleash growth. Not only does agricultural public spending in ...
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Enhancing the productivity of agriculture is vital for Sub-Saharan Africa's economic future and is one of the most important tools to end extreme poverty and boost shared prosperity in the region. How governments elect to spend public resources has significant development impact in this regard. Choosing to catalyze a shift toward more effective, efficient, and climate-resilient public spending in agriculture can accelerate change and unleash growth. Not only does agricultural public spending in ...
#1Aparajita GoyalH-Index: 10
#2John NashH-Index: 2
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#1Uwe Deichmann (World Bank)H-Index: 27
#2Aparajita Goyal (World Bank)H-Index: 10
Last.Deepak Mishra (World Bank)H-Index: 8
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Mobile phones and the internet have significantly affected practically all sectors of the economy, and agriculture is no exception. Building on a recent World Bank flagship report, this paper introduces a concise framework for describing the main benefits from new information and communications technologies. They promote greater inclusion in the broader economy, raise efficiency by complementing other production factors, and foster innovation by dramatically reducing transaction costs. The paper...
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#1Aparajita GoyalH-Index: 10
#2John NashH-Index: 2
This study is part of the African Regional Studies Program, an initiative of the Africa Region Vice-Presidency at the World Bank. These studies aim to combine high levels of analytical rigor and policy relevance, and to apply them to various topics important for the social and economic development of Sub-Saharan Africa. This book well demonstrates, agricultural spending in Sub-Saharan Africa not only significantly lags behind other developing regions, its impact is also vitiated by subsidy progr...
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