Global Food Security: What Matters?

1st Edition

Zhang-Yue Zhou

Routledge
December 20, 2019 Forthcoming
Textbook - 304 Pages - 107 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9781138222793 - CAT# Y307916
Series: Routledge Textbooks in Environmental and Agricultural Economics

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Summary

This book looks at food security from a socio-economic perspective. It offers a detailed and systematic examination of food security from its historical backgrounds, concepts and measurements, to the determinants and approaches to achieve food security. The book also introduces the key challenges and root causes of food insecurity.  

Through country-specific cases, the book highlights instances of both successful and disastrous national food security management and their outcomes. The invaluable learning experiences of these countries shed light on food security practices, and the straightforward demand-supply framework effectively guides readers in understanding food security issues.

This is an essential resource for anyone who is keen to learn more about food security, particularly university students and researchers who are new to the field. The book endeavours to help us reflect on the current phenomenon and strategize better for the future.

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