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Tomorrow's Hunger: A Framework for Analysing Vulnerability to Food Security

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  • Romer Lovendal, Christian
  • Knowles, Marco

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  • Romer Lovendal, Christian & Knowles, Marco, 2006. "Tomorrow's Hunger: A Framework for Analysing Vulnerability to Food Security," WIDER Working Paper Series 119, World Institute for Development Economic Research (UNU-WIDER).
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