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CGIAR Positioning and Comparative Advantage Looking Ahead

Global changes in the areas of agricultural research for development and beyond have wide-ranging implications for CGIAR.  In this video interview, Maggie Gill, ISPC Chair and Professor of Integrated Land Use, School of Biological Science, University of Aberdeen, UK, shares her views on CGIAR positioning and comparative advantage as the general context within which CGIAR operates shifts.

Where does  CGIAR sit along the research for development contiuum? How has the comparative advantage of CGIAR shifted over time and what are the big opportunities for the world’s largest global agricultural innovation network going forward? Find out here!

 

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