Re-examining policies for food security in Asia
In the wake of recent food price spikes, plus growing demands for food in emerging Asia and for biofuels in Europe and the United States, governments are re-examining their strategies for dealing with both short-term and long-term food security concerns. This paper argues that long-run trends in real agricultural prices have policy implications for food security that are at least as important as those related to short-lived spikes around trend prices. The paper therefore summarizes...[Show more]
|Collections||ANU Research Publications|
|Source:||Food Security 5.2 (2013): 195-215|
|Anderson, et. al. Re-examining policies for food security 2013.pdf||217.64 kB||Adobe PDF|
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