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Publication Code: 
AS013
Date Released: 
11/04/2017
ISBN: 
978 1 86320 016 5
Author(s): 
Pearce D. and Alford A. (eds)

As part of its ongoing evaluation process, the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research
(ACIAR) periodically revisits a sample of past projects some time after their completion and critically appraises
their outcomes.
This report, the 13th in our series of adoption studies, documents the adoption results for five ACIAR projects
completed in 2011–12. They involved five partner countries: Papua New Guinea (PNG), Indonesia, the

Publication Code: 
AS010
Date Released: 
16/12/2013
ISBN: 
978 1 922137 71 5 (print) 978 1 922137 72 2 (PDF)
Author(s): 
David Pearce, Amir Jilani and Debbie Templeton

Adoption studies are undertaken 3 to 4 years after a large project is completed to assess the level of uptake and the legacy of the project. They provide valuable insights into the uptake of project results and the impact on local communities. This adoption study looks at projects completed in 2008–09.

Publication Code: 
WP47
Date Released: 
08/11/2004
ISBN: 
1832-1895 (ISSN)
Author(s): 
Liu Yonggong and Xue Shu

The purpose of this assessment was to extend an earlier analysis by investigating the longer-term impacts of two ACIAR-funded projects

Publication Code: 
IAP-WP37
Date Released: 
24/01/2003
ISBN: 
1 86320 290 0
Author(s): 
A S G Lubulwa, K Menz, D H White, P Chudleigh, S McMeniman & D Hill

ACIAR was established in 1982 as a statutory authority within the Commonwealth Government’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Publication Code: 
IAP-WP38
Date Released: 
24/01/2003
ISBN: 
0 642 45594 5
Author(s): 
S Isvalnonda, S Praneetvatakul, C Sangkapituk, A Sattarasart, C Singhaprecha, P Sirisupluxana

There is strong evidence that agricultural research is an important source of growth in agriculture, resulting in economic and environmental benefits

Publication Code: 
IAP-WP41
Date Released: 
24/01/2003
ISBN: 
1 86320 318 4
Author(s): 
R Cramb & T Purcell

Electronic Version onlyThe Forages for Smallholder Project (FSP) is a participatory research program in Southeast Asia that commenced in 1995

Publication Code: 
IAP-WP34
Date Released: 
24/01/2003
ISBN: 
1 86320 278 1
Author(s): 
R G Mauldon

This small study is a second stage of a program of assessments being undertaken of the research capacity and community impact of bilateral projects sponsored by the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) that were completed some five years previously

Publication Code: 
IAP-WP36
Date Released: 
24/01/2003
ISBN: 
1 86320 281 1
Author(s): 
Winston Bates

This report is the third resulting from a program of assessments being undertaken of impacts of ACIAR projects that were completed some five years previously

Publication Code: 
IAP-WP46
Date Released: 
24/01/2003
ISBN: 
1 86320 353 2
Author(s): 
Asia Research Centre Murdoch University

This project was designed to provide preliminary information about the cultural, social, political and economic context of livestock disease in Indonesia, and to determine the likely effect on the transfer to Indonesian institutions

Publication Code: 
IAP-WP39
Date Released: 
24/01/2003
ISBN: 
0 642 45648 8
Author(s): 
D Hill, C O'Donnell, R Piggott & G Griffith

In this paper, the dual approach to ex ante research evaluation in a multiple-input, multiplt-output industry is explained and demonstrated

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