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Horticulture revolution for the poor : nature, challenges and opportunities (English)

Growth in the horticulture sector, after taking off in the mid-1990s, has encouraged growth in horticultural trade, per capita availability and share in farming systems. ... See More +

Working Paper 41353 DEC 01, 2006

Ali, Mubarik Disclosed

Agricultural diversification for the poor : guidelines for practitioners (English)

This report treats diversification as a differentiated form of agricultural development and recognizes its role to spur sustainable growth in the rural sector. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 29305 MAR 01, 2004

Barghouti, Shawki; Kane, Samuel; Sorby, Kristina; Mubarik, Ali Disclosed

The World Bank research observer 16 (2) (English)

Counting the world's poor: problems and possible solutions; by Angus Deaton. Comments on "counting the world's poor"; by Martin Ravallion, and T. ... See More +

Publication 23416 SEP 30, 2001

Devarajan, Shantayanan [editor]; Deaton, Angus; Ravallion, Martin; Srinivasan, T.N.; Hayami, Yujir; Murgai, Rinku; Ali, Mubarik; Byerlee, Derek; Desai, Raj M.; Goldberg, Itzhak Disclosed

Productivity growth and sustainability in post-green revolution agriculture : the case of the Indian and Pakistan Punjabs (English)

This article attempts to determine the long-term productivity and sustainability of irrigated agriculture in the Indian and Pakistan Punjabs by measuring trends in total factor productivity for production systems in both states since the advent of the green revolution. ... See More +

Journal Article 76663 JAN 01, 2001

Murgai, Rinku; Ali, Mubarik; Byerlee, Derek Disclosed

Productivity growth and resource degradation in Pakistan's Punjab - a decomposition analysis (English)

The introduction of green revolution technologies in wheat, and rice production in Asia, in the mid 1960s reversed the food crisis, and stimulated rapid agricultural, and economic growth. ... See More +

Policy Research Working Paper WPS2480 NOV 30, 2000

Ali, Mubarik; Byerlee, Derek