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Indice Globale della Fame 2011: La Sfida della fame: Controllare le impennate e l’eccessiva volatilità dei prezzi alimentari

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  • von Grebmer, Klaus
  • Torero, Maximo
  • Olofinbiyi, Tolulope
  • Fritschel, Heidi
  • Wiesmann, Doris
  • Yohannes, Yisehac
  • Schofield, Lilly
  • von Oppeln, Constanze

Abstract

Il Global Hunger Index (GHI) di quest’anno mostra che la fame nel mondo è diminuita dal 1990, ma non in modo notevole, e rimane a un livello classifi cato come “grave†. I livelli di GHI variano molto da regione a regione e da paese a paese. I punteggi più alti di GHI si registrano in Asia meridionale e Africa subsahariana. L’Asia meridionale ha ridotto in modo sostanziale il suo punteggio di GHI tra il 1990 e il 1996, ma non era semplice mantenere un ritmo di miglioramento così rapido. Sebbene l’Africa subsahariana abbia fatto meno progressi negli anni novanta rispetto all’Asia meridionale, ha poi recuperato con il nuovo millennio.

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  • von Grebmer, Klaus & Torero, Maximo & Olofinbiyi, Tolulope & Fritschel, Heidi & Wiesmann, Doris & Yohannes, Yisehac & Schofield, Lilly & von Oppeln, Constanze, 2011. "Indice Globale della Fame 2011: La Sfida della fame: Controllare le impennate e l’eccessiva volatilità dei prezzi alimentari," IFPRI books, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), number 2011 GHI Italian.
  • Handle: RePEc:fpr:ifprib:2011ghiitalian
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