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It should build up the policy and analytical capacity of those countries to produce what is a national public good. Hence, the conduct of research and its application should actively engage the nationals of developing countries. The CGIAR’s own external reviews of the International Food Policy Institute (IFPRI) suggest that policy research would benefit from researchers with first-hand knowledge of developing countries’ policies and processes (Gardner 2002). While the quality of the CGIAR’s policy research is not in question, the balance of its composition is.

Three changes in the funding processes of the CGIAR since the mid-1990s have also increased the influence of individual donors (and their domestic constituencies) on the research expenditures of the CGIAR. First, in response to a funding crisis in 1993–94, the Bank changed the allocation of its own financial contribution from a “donor of last resort” model to a matching grant model. Under the former, the Bank’s contribution was used to fill gaps between the Sys- tem’s research priorities Priorities are increasingly as articulated by TAC and determined by the the financial contribupreferences of donors and tions to those priorities by other donors.

Spects). Yet neither proposal for a legal entity was fully considered by the membership. Unlike more recent global programs such as the Global Environment Facility or the Global Fund for AIDS, TB, and Malaria, the CGIAR System has no formal or legal persona, written charter, or even a memorandum of understanding. The only legal entities in the CGIAR are the 16 Centers. Responsibilities and accountabilities remain ill-defined as the considerable superstructure of committees has evolved over the years to deal with a complex set of stakeholders.

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