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La volatilidad de precios en los mercados agrícolas - Evidencia, efectos en la seguridad alimentaria y respuestas normativas

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    Los últimos episodios de volatilidad extrema de los precios en los mercados agrícolas mundiales presagian mayores y más frecuentes amenazas a la seguridad alimentaria mundial. Para reducir la vulnerabilidad de los países, las políticas deberían equiparlos para que puedan hacer frente a los efectos adversos de una volatilidad extrema, y mejorar el funcionamiento del mercado.

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    Paper provided by Economic and Social Development Department of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in its series FAO - Economic and Social Perspectives with number 12ES.

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    Length: 2 pages
    Date of creation: 2010
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    Handle: RePEc:fao:pbrief:12es

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    Keywords: rural development; hunger; food security; economic crisis; prices; agriculture;

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