Strengthening the food systems governance evidence base: Supporting commensurability of research through a systematic review of methods
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Delaney A, Tamás PA. 2016. Strengthening the food systems governance evidence base: Supporting commensurability of research through a systematic review of methods. Technical Report. Copenhagen, Denmark: CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS).
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This document reports on a systematic review (SR) of food systems governance indicators. This review was undertaken by the CGIAR Research Programme on Climate Change Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS)-funded 13-member Working Group on Effective Indicators for food systems governance and a review team. The purpose of this technical report is for archival records in line with the principles of full and transparent documentation of systematic reviews. This report is confined to details of the review method and results, with framing and interpretation and implications of results excluded. The latter are published as CCAFS Working Paper no. 167.
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- CCAFS Reports