Caribbean Food Import Demand: Influence of the Changing Dynamics of the Caribbean Economy
Using FAO data for 1961-2009, this study characterizes the trends in Caribbean food imports and uses the Central Bureau Statistics demand system to estimate import demand parameters. The findings and policy implications of the study are evaluated in the context of Caribbean food security concerns.
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