PUBLICATIONS PUBLICATIONS, 2000 RESEARCH REPORTS Number 111 Explaining Child Malnutrition in Developing Countries: A Cross- Country Analysis, by Lisa C. Smith and Lawrence Haddad. Number 112 Urban Livelihoods and Food and Nutrition Security in Greater Accra, Ghana, by Dan Maxwell, Carol Levin, Margaret Armar- Klemesu, Marie Ruel, Saul Morris, and Clement Ahiadeke. Number 113 A Meta-Analysis of Rates of Return to Agricultural R&D: Ex Pede Herculem?, by Julian Alston, Connie Chan-Kang, Michele Marra, Philip G. Pardey, and TJ Wyatt. Number 114 Rice Market Liberalization and Poverty in Viet Nam, by Nicholas Minot and Francesco Goletti. Number 115 Wheat Policy Reform in Egypt: Adjustment of Local Markets and Options for Future Reform, by Mylène Kherallah, Hans Löfgren, Peter Gruhn, and Meyra Mendoza. Policy implications of each research report are summarized in the IFPRI Abstract series, which is published in English, French, and Spanish. IFPRI/JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY PRESS BOOKS Out of the Shadow of Famine: Evolving Food Markets and FoodPolicy in Bangladesh, edited by Raisuddin Ahmed, Steven Haggblade, and Tawfiq-e-Elahi Chowdhury. OTHER BOOKS AND REPORTS Agriculture in Tanzania since 1986: Follower or Leader of Growth?, by Christopher Delgado and Nicholas Minot. Published in collaboration with the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania and the World Bank. Feeding Minds, Fighting Hunger Curriculum. Published in collaboration with nine other organizations, including FAO, UNESCO, the World Bank, and the Peace Corps. (Available in Arabic, English, French, and Spanish on the web; available in English in print.) 62 IFPRI 2000–2001 ANNUAL REPORT FoodPolicy Reforms in Central Asia: Setting the Research Priorities, edited by Suresh Babu and Alisher Tashmatov. Fourth Report on the World Nutrition Situation: Nutrition throughout the Life Cycle. Published in collaboration with the United Nations Administrative Committee on Coordination/Sub- Committee on Nutrition. A 4-page Highlights: The Fourth Report on the World Nutrition Situation was also published. Negotiating Water Rights, edited by Bryan Randolph Bruns and Ruth S. Meinzen-Dick. Published in collaboration with Intermediate Technology Publications and Vistaar Publications. Pilot Analysis of Global Ecosystems: Agroecosystems, by Stanley Wood, Kate Sebastian, and Sara J. Scherr. Published in collaboration with World Resources Institute. Property Rights, Risk, and Livestock Development in Africa, edited by Nancy McCarthy, Brent Swallow, Michael Kirk, and Peter Hazell. Published in collaboration with the International Livestock ResearchInstitute. Roots and Tubers in the Global Food System: A Vision Statement to the Year 2020, by G. J. Scott, R. Best, Mark W. Rosegrant, and M. Bokanga. Published in collaboration with CIP, CIAT, IITA, and IPGRI. BOOKLETS IFPRI’s First 10 Years, by Curtis Farrar. 25 Years of FoodPolicyResearch, by Per Pinstrup-Andersen. FOOD POLICY REPORTS The Road Half Traveled: Agricultural Market Reform in Sub-Saharan Africa, by Mylène Kherallah, Christopher Delgado, Eleni Gabre- Madhin, Nicholas Minot, and Michael Johnson. ISSUE BRIEFS Best Practices: Strengthening PolicyResearch Capacity around the World and Examples of IFPRI’s Impact on PolicyResearch Capacity around the World. The Road Half Traveled: Agricultural Market Reform in Sub-Saharan Africa, by Mylène Kherallah, Christopher Delgado, Eleni Gabre- Madhin, Nicholas Minot, and Michael Johnson. Women, the Key to Food Security: Looking into the Household.