2006

2006

  • Assessing the impact of participatory research in rice breeding on women farmers: a case study in eastern Uttar Pradesh, India by Paris T, Singh A, delos Reyes-Cueno A, Singh VN, Atlin G. in Experimental Agriculture. Read abstract.
  • Rice for the poor: the call and opportunity for social research. Researching the culture in Agri-culture by Paris T, Morin S, Palis F, Hossain M. in Social Research for International Development. Eds Cernea M and Kassam A. CABI Publishing, p81-94. Get a copy; read article here.
  • Mainstreaming social and gender concerns in participatory rice varietal improvement for rainfed environments in Eastern India by Paris T, Singh A, Singh VN, Ram PC, a paper presented at the International Symposium on Participatory Breeding and Knowledge Management for Strengthening Rural Livelihoods. 17-19 July 2006. Held at Sambivan Auditorium, M.S. Swaminathan Research Foundation. Taramani Institutional Area, Third Cross Street, Chennai 60013, India. To be published in CURRENT Journal in India. Read summary and download article here.
  • Contributions of Social Science Perspective in Rice Research and Technology Development in eastern India. Challenges and Opportunities to Make a Difference by Paris, T. Lead Paper presented at the International Conference  on Social Science Perspective in Agricultural Research and Development, New Delhi, India, February 15-18, 2006. Organized by VARDAN in collaboration with International Food Policy Research Institute. Read abstract and download article here.
  • Development of technologies to harness the productivity potential of salt-affected areas of the Indo-Gangetic River Basis: Socio-economic component by Delos Reyes-Cueno A, Paris T, Singh A, Singh YP, Saha S, a paper presented at the 2nd Review and Planning Meeting of CPWF PM#7, 24-27, April 2006, Karnal, India.
  • Comparative gender role analysis of IPM in rice farming systems in Korea and the Philippines by Kang K, Gim GM, Paris T, Kim Y, Choi YJ, Lee JY.  A Paper presented at the RDA-Korea and IRRI Review and Planning Meeting, 19-24 June, Seoul, Korea.
  • Baseline socio-economic report on accelerating technology adoption to improve rural livelihoods in rice-rice flood prone ecosystems in Assam by Deka N, Paris T., Social Sciences Division, IRRI
  • Baseline socio-economic report on accelerating technology adoption to improve rural livelihoods in rice-rice flood prone ecosystems in Orissa, by Samal P, Paris T. Social Sciences Division, IRRI, September 2006.
  • Baseline socio-economic report on accelerating technology adoption to improve rural livelihoods in north Bihar by Singh A, Paris T. Social Sciences Division, IRRI, September 2006.
  • Baseline socio-economic report on accelerating technology adoption to improve rural livelihoods in Jharkhand by Lakra V, Sajita, S, Paris T., Social Sciences Division, IRRI, September 2006.
  • Incidence, patterns and determinants of labor out-migration: results of village-level analysis of North and South Vietnam by Chi T, Paris T, Luis J., an ACIAR funded labor migration project. Social Sciences Division, IRRI
  • Incidence, patterns and determinants of male labor out-migration and implications on rice farming: preliminary results of village-level analysis from Uttaranchal India, by Singh HN, Paris T., Social Sciences Division, IRRI
  • Incidence, patterns and determinants of labor out-migration: results of village-level analysis of northeast Thailand by Wongsamun C, Paris T. an  ACIAR funded labor migration project. Social Sciences Division, IRRI
  • Incidence, patterns and determinants of labor out-migration: results of village-level  analysis in Luzon, Philippines, by Luis J, Paris T. , an ACIAR funded labor migration project. Social Sciences Division, IRRI, October 2006.
  • Including gender analysis in assessing the needs, constraints and opportunities for improving the livelihoods of farming households in the coastline saline areas of Orissa, by Saha S, Paris T, Singh DP, Mahata KR, Delos Reyes-Cueno A, Sharma SG, presented in the 2nd International Rice Congress, 9-13 October 2006, New Delhi, India, 542p., Read abstract here
  • Helping poor women farmers improve their livelihoods in rice areas suffering from sodicity: a case in eastern Uttar Pradesh, by Paris T, Singh AJ, Cueno A.,  presented in the 2nd International Rice Congress, 9-13 October 2006, New Delhi, India, 548p. Read abstract here.
  • Participation of women in rice cultivation in Assam: the caste effect, by Deka N, Paris T., presented in the 2nd International Rice Congress, 9-13 October 2006, New Delhi. Read abstract here.
  • Germplasm improvement for submergence tolerance in rainfed lowland rice: a participatory approach by Singh VN, Ram PC, Singh A, Paris T, Ismail A., presented in the 2nd International Rice Congress, 9-13 October 2006, New Delhi, 189p. Read abstract here.
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