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Food Security , Indicators, Measurement, and the Impact of Trade Openness by GuhaKasnobis
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    Category Type
    Foods Sciences
    ISBN
    9780199236558
    Item EAN
    2724405111038
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    Author
    GuhaKasnobis
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    Publisher
    Oxford University
    Category Type
    Foods Sciences
    ISBN
    9780199236558
    Item EAN
    2724405111038
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    Author
    GuhaKasnobis
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    Publisher
    Oxford University
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    Paperback
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    English
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    What are the implications of the WTO's Agreement on Agriculture for food security in poor countries? Are economic reforms and high growth rates in some countries protecting the well-being of the poor by improving the status of nutrition? Are we measuring hunger adequately? Do we need new tools and

    What are the implications of the WTO's Agreement on Agriculture for food security in poor countries? Are economic reforms and high growth rates in some countries protecting the well-being of the poor by improving the status of nutrition? Are we measuring hunger adequately? Do we need new tools and indicators? Does women's socio-economic status matter for child-health? Are targeted programmes successful in identifying and helping the truly needy?Despite the scale of human suffering inflicted by malnutrition, the fight against world hunger has recently been overshadowed by the campaign to end poverty. The emergence of the WTO and the freeing of agricultural trade, for example, have serious implications for hunger and food security in many countries, yet this is an area that is relatively understudied. This book aims to fill this gap by providing a significant collection of essays from mainstream academia and prominent international organizations working for food security. Examining food security across regions, the book tackles food security at three distinct levels-national, household, and individual. Other topics included are: attempts to improve measurement tools; the applications of existing tools for empirical analysis using household data, and; the impact of trade

 

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