FOOD Insecurity and Stochastic Aspects of Poverty
Most works on food security have a macroeconomic orientation, whereas most discussions of famine are rather microeconomic. The intention here is to seek a more unified approach to the economic issues in food insecurity among low-income rural households.
|Date of creation:||1996|
|Publication status:||Published in Asian Journal of Agricultural Economics 1.2(1996): pp. 53-66|
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