The World Food Problem

The World Food Problem

Toward Understanding and Ending Undernutrition in the Developing World

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¿Why are there still approximately 1 billion people who do not have food security? This excellent book ... gives the facts, explains the causes and suggests mitigating policies.¿ ¿Richard Strange, Food Security ¿An important addition to the reading list for economic courses on the world food problem.¿ ¿Roland Herrmann, Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics ¿A fine book, which should be widely adopted as a text for world food courses.¿ ¿George J. Viksnins, Journal of Developing Areas The fifth edition of The World Food Problem reflects nearly a decade of new research on the causes and potential solutions to the problems of producing and distributing food in developing countries. With extensively updated data and new case studies throughout, this edition includes new or expanded discussions of such issues as: ¿ genetically modified food ¿ the impact of climate change ¿ the quality of agricultural land and water ¿ the significance of globalization ¿ implications of changes in demographic policy, such as the reversal of China¿s ¿one-child rule¿ The result is an accessible, comprehensive text, as well as a provocative assessment of prospects for the future.
Publisher: Lynne Rienner Pub 2017
Boulder, Colorado : Lynn Reinner Publishers, [2017]
Edition: 5th edition
ISBN: 9781626374515
1626374511
Characteristics: 457 p.
Additional Contributors: Foster, Phillips 1931-- Author

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