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The questions of population growth and food supply have long beenof central concern to economists. The World FoodEconomy seeks to examine the lessons of the past for wealthynations, where agricultural output has steadily risen for decades, as well as for developing nations where the advances of the"Green Revolution" in the 1960s have introduced newproblems in addition to solutions. This text assesses the challengeof satisfying food demand during the twenty-first century asconsumers and producers in every part of the ...

The World Food Economy 2010, Wiley, Hoboken, NJ

ISBN-13: 9780470593622

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The World Food Economy 2006, Wiley-Blackwell

ISBN-13: 9781405105972

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