LIRNEasia is celebrating its 10th anniversary.
See our story here.


Tag Archives: smallholder

Work with us - Applications are being received for the position of Big Data System Administrator. Click here for more details

Taking back “value-added” smallerholder research findings to smallholders in rural Sri Lanka

Badalkumbura is located in the Moneragala District, one of the most impoverished in Sri Lanka. But it is located in the midst of a smallholder boom in rubber. Here, the key advantage is the weather. In contrast to the traditional rubber districts where rain prevents tapping of the trees for latex sometimes for half the […]

New FAO chief addresses inclusion

We’ve been seen as an ICT shop, wrongly. To us ICT is a domain. We apply the tools of economics, law and public-policy analysis to various domains. In the past it has been primarily ICTs. But agriculture is a domain we have been active in for some time, with the engagement increasing qualitatively in recent […]

Is the problem of assessing quality the most important one? And can ICTs only marginally help?

Reading Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance was a rite of passage for college students (should still be). The key point I took away from it was the need to focus on quality. My most favorite economics book is Exit, Voice and Loyalty, by Albert Hirschman. Also a discourse on quality. Perhaps because I […]

Search

Research Mailing List

Enter your email for research updates:

Login

Flickr Photos