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Rob Vos
Rob Vos
International Food Policy Research Institute and Professor of Finance and Development, International
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COVID-19 risks to global food security
D Laborde, W Martin, J Swinnen, R Vos
Science 369 (6503), 500-502, 2020
11462020
Poverty and food insecurity could grow dramatically as COVID-19 spreads
D Laborde, W Martin, R Vos
COVID-19 and global food security, 16-19, 2020
3012020
Impacts of COVID‐19 on global poverty, food security, and diets: Insights from global model scenario analysis
D Laborde, W Martin, R Vos
Agricultural Economics 52 (3), 375-390, 2021
2892021
The processed food revolution in African food systems and the double burden of malnutrition
T Reardon, D Tschirley, LSO Liverpool-Tasie, T Awokuse, J Fanzo, ...
Global food security 28, 100466, 2021
2152021
Reducing food loss and waste: Five challenges for policy and research
A Cattaneo, MV Sánchez, M Torero, R Vos
Food Policy 98, 101974, 2021
1772021
Crisis and Dollarization in Ecuador”¯: Stability, Growth, and Social Equity
P Beckerman, A Solimano
World Bank/World Bank Group, 2002
1502002
Agricultural subsidies and global greenhouse gas emissions
D Laborde, A Mamun, M Will, V Pineiro, R Vos
Nature Communications 12 (2601), 1-9, 2021
1422021
Labour market adjustment, poverty and inequality during liberalisation
E Ganuza, RP de Barros, R Vos
Economic Liberalisation, Distribution and Poverty: Latin America in the …, 2002
1282002
“Pivoting” by food industry firms to cope with COVID‐19 in developing regions: E‐commerce and “copivoting” delivery intermediaries
T Reardon, A Heiman, L Lu, CSR Nuthalapati, R Vos, D Zilberman
Agricultural Economics 52 (3), 459-475, 2021
1272021
Uneven economic development
JA Ocampo, R Vos
1272008
Trade restrictions are worst possible response to safeguard food security
J Glauber, D Laborde, W Martin, R Vos
COVID-19 and global food security, 66-68, 2020
125*2020
How much will global poverty increase because of COVID-19
R Vos, W Martin, D Laborde
International Food Policy Research Institute, 1-28, 2020
1082020
Aid flows and “Dutch Disease” in a General Equilibrium framework for Pakistan
R Vos
Journal of Policy Modeling 20 (1), 77-109, 1998
1081998
Is good governance good for development?
JK Sundaram, A Chowdhury
A&C Black, 2012
1072012
Aid and macroeconomic performance: Theory, empirical evidence and four country cases
L Joy
Springer, 2016
1062016
COVID‐19 and impacts on global food systems and household welfare: Introduction to a special issue
J Swinnen, R Vos
Agricultural Economics 52 (3), 365-374, 2021
962021
Economic liberalization, distribution, and poverty: Latin America in the 1990s
R Vos, L Taylor, RP de Barros
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2002
892002
Trade liberalization and poverty in Ecuador: A CGE macro-microsimulation analysis
R Vos, N De Jong
Economic Systems Research 15 (2), 211-232, 2003
842003
Educational Indicators: What's To Be Measured?
R Vos
Inter-American Development Bank, 1996
831996
A non-parametric microsimulation approach to assess changes in inequality and poverty
R Vos, MV Sanchez
International Journal of Microsimulations 3 (1), 8-23, 2010
812010
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