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AGRIMONITOR and the Producer Support Estimate Methodology

        •  Ackermann et al.  (2018). Análisis de las políticas agropecuarias en Uruguay: Cuantificación de los apoyos específicos 2014-2016 y su vinculación con las emisiones de gases de efecto invernadero. Recovered from: (in Spanish).
        • Agüero et al. (2020). Análisis de Políticas Agropecuarias en Perú. Recovered from: (in Spanish)
        • Alcaraz et al. (2020) Análisis de Políticas Agropecuarias en Bolibia. Recovered from: (in Spanish)
        • Cresta, et al. (2018). Análisis de políticas agropecuarias en Paraguay: Cuantificación de los apoyos al sector agropecuario 2009-2016. Recovered from: (in Spanish)
        • Derlagen et al. (2020) Análisis de Políticas Agropecuarias en Guatemala. Recovered from: (in Spanish)
        • De Salvo, et al. (2018). Políticas agropecuarias, el DR-CAFTA y cambio climático en la república dominicana. Recovered from: (in Spanish).
        • Food and Agriculture Organization for the United Nations (FAO), (2013). Monitoring and analyzing Food and Agricultural Policies in Africa (MAFAP). Available at:

        • Josling, Timothy and Valdes, Alberto, (2004). Agricultural Policy Indicators. Available at:

        • Lema et al. (2018).   Análisis de Políticas Agropecuarias en Argentina 2007-2016. Recovered from: (in Spanish)
        • World Bank (2016) World Development Indicators DatabaseAvailable at:

Food Security

Climate Change

        • Lachaud, Michée Arnold; Bravo-Ureta, Boris E. and Ludeña, Carlos E; (2015). Agricultural Productivity Growth in Latin America and the Caribbean and Other World Regions: An Analysis of Climatic Effects, Convergence and Catch-up. Available at:

        • Arenas, Juan C.; (2014). La economía del cambio climático en Bolivia: Impactos de eventos extremos sobre infraestructura y producción agropecuaria. Available at:

        • Commission on Sustainable Agriculture and Climate Change, (2012). Achieving food security in the face of climate change. Available at:

        • Derlagen et al. (2020) Análisis de políticas agropecuarias en Guatemala. Recovered from: (in Spanish)
        • Vandorpe et al. (2020) Analysis of Agricultural and Fishery Policies and Agriculture-related Greenhouse Gases Emissions in Suriname. Recovered from:
        • De Salvo et al. (2018) Políticas Agropecuarias, el DR-CAFTA y Cambio Climático en la República Dominicana. Recovered from: (in Spanish) 
        • Rosenzweig and Tubiello. (2007) Adaptation and mitigation strategies in agriculture: an analysis of potential synergies. Recovered from:

Regional Trade and Competitiveness

Agricultural Productivity

Agricultural Policy Analysis

        • Anríquez, Gustavo; Foster, William; Ortega, Jorge; Falconi, César; De Salvo, Carmine Paolo; (2016). Public Expenditures and the Performance of Latin American and Caribbean Agriculture. Available at:

        • Stads, Gert-Jan; Beintema, Nienke M.; Pérez, Sandra; Flaherty, Kathleen; Falconi, César; (2016). Agricultural Research in Latin America and the Caribbean: A Cross-Country Analysis of Institutions, Investment, and Capacities. Available at:

        • James L. Novak, James W. Pease, Larry D. Sanders; (2015). Agricultural Policy in the United States. Available at:

        • Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, (2016). Evolving Agricultural Policies and Markets. Implications for Multilateral Trade Reform Available at:

        •  Macours et al. (2018) Technology Transfer to Small Farmers Program in Haiti (PTTA): Implementation, evaluation and lessons learned. Recovered from:

        •  López et al. (2017) Public Expenditures, Impact Evaluations, and Agricultural Productivity. Recovered from:

        • Dorward et al. (2008) Towards ‘smart’ subsidies in agriculture? Lessons from recent experience in Malawi. Recovered from:

        •  Salazar et al. (2018) Agrifood Support Program (APAGRO). Recuperado de:

Agriculture and Gender