Impact of Market Integration on China's Food Security
This study explores the potential gain in improving food security at lower costs resulted from an integrated grain market. It reveals that there is potentially a big difference in policy costs between an integrated grain market and segmented grain markets. The segmented grain markets will require much higher extra policy costs to ensure food security. On the contrary, an intergrated grain market could reduce policy costs substantially, and therefore, could enhance food security through policy...[Show more]
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