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Role of Case Studies Method in Food Policy Capacity Building

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Suresh Babu
POLICY SEMINAR
Virtual Event - Food Policy Research and Capacity Development in Eurasia
Co-Organized by the Eurasian Center for Food Security (ECFS), World Bank Group, and IFPRI
DEC 2, 2020 - 07:30 AM TO 09:00 AM EST

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Role of Case Studies Method in Food Policy Capacity Building

  1. 1. Role of Case Studies Method in Food Policy Capacity Building Suresh Babu, IFPRI, Washington, DC, USA ECSF-WORLD BANK- IFPRI WEBINAR Food Policy Research and Capacity Development in Eurasia December 2, 2020
  2. 2. Why Case Study Approach  Business schools  Public Policy schools  Best practices research  Cornell Food Policy Case studies  Social Entrepreneurship approach to Food Policy analysis  Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Developing Capacity to Reduce Poverty and Hunger (ifpri.org)  University of Maryland experiment (Professor Prabhakar Tamboli)  American University, Washington DC (Professor Emily Levitt )  Case Study Approach in ECFS
  3. 3. Case Study Approach in ECFS  Collaborative research – ECFS- IFPRI- World Bank  Policy Communication – annual events  Capacity development for country level Impact  How to link policy research to Policy analysis  How to transfer cross country learning  How to identify emerging policy issues  How to generate evidence and fill the knowledge gaps  Building capacity and credibility of local researchers
  4. 4. Cornell Food Policy Case Studies  Per Pinstrup-Andersen – Joachim von Braun – Arie Kuyvenhoven  Derrill Watson  A series of case studies  Global focus  Teaching material  Effectively used  Open source
  5. 5. American University Washington D.C  At the Post-Graduate level  Rural Development  Individual case studies  Thematic issues related to their expertise  Country level expertise  Midcareer professionals  Ready for policy analysis and advice
  6. 6. IFPRI - University of Maryland Approach https://www.ifpri.org/blog/ifpri-university-maryland-collaboration-builds-long-term-capacity-reducing- hunger-and  Global Food Systems  Multidisciplinary – students – faculty  Students become Social Entrepreneurs  Team effort by students – full semester  Country level strategy development  Food security, nutrition, sustainability  20 years of IFPRI –UMD collaboration
  7. 7. Case Study Approach in ECFS • Country level researchers • Competitive selection • Emerging policy issues • Country and policy relevance • Connected to evidence gap for policy making
  8. 8. Analysis of Three Rounds of ECFS Proposals Relevance of the problems identified Thematic issues addressed by the case studies Food security Markets Value chains Trade Processing
  9. 9. Translating Case Studies into Local Capacities  Short run • National policy system • National regulatory systems  Long run • National curriculum • Updating the case studies • Funding of the case study approach • Research on refining the Social Entrepreneurship to food policy

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