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This experience has much to speak for it and much that needs to be The Uphill Battle for Social Research 23 emulated in CGIAR’s policy research and policy development activities. During the preparation of CGIAR’s 2000 strategy, the awareness of previous one-sidedness and insufficiencies in policy research and policy recommendations has led to blindingly clear statements prescribing a ‘putting people first’ focus for social, economic and biophysical research, as the grounding for policy elaborations: CGIAR’s greater focus on poverty reduction will entail increasingly the role of socio-economic research to augment the understanding of people and their agricultural and technological needs...
Such substantial presence, however, characterizes only a minority of the 15 CGIAR centres. At the opposite end of the spectrum are centres with a weak or decreasing social research staffing, among them ICARDA, ICRAF, ICRISAT, IITA, ILRI, IRRI, WARDA, even CYMMIT, as their researchers themselves have documented. At ICARDA, for instance, once much stronger in social research, the social researchers have left one after the other (the last two anthropologists left in 2002), and the graph falls to zero (see Fig.
G. technical experts), have carried on a sharp dialogue with their economist colleagues to de-legitimize monopoly over policy development (see Cernea, 1996) and, as a result, World Bank policies have become better balanced, more integrated, including social considerations and prescriptions. Explicit policy planks and statements, or formal social policies, have also been developed. This experience has much to speak for it and much that needs to be The Uphill Battle for Social Research 23 emulated in CGIAR’s policy research and policy development activities.
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