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Nahrungsmittelkrise: Protektionismus und Marktreaktionen in osteuropäischen Getreidenationen

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  • Glauben, Thomas
  • Götz, Linde

Die großen östlichen „Getreidenationen“ Russland, Ukraine und Kasachstan verfügen über erhebliche Ausbaupotenziale im Getreideanbau, deren Nutzung zur weltweiten Ernährungssicherung beitragen könnte. Um diese umsetzen zu können, sind neben dem Abbau von Defiziten in der Infrastruktur vor allem verlässliche langfristige Agrarpolitiken notwendig. Am Beispiel des staatlichen „Krisenmanagements“ Russlands, der Ukraine und Kasachstans in der Nahrungsmittelkrise 2007/2008 lässt sich zeigen, dass unüberlegte politische Eingriffe wie Exportrestriktionen und Preiskontrollen die Funktionsfähigkeit von Märkten erheblich beeinträchtigen können.

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Paper provided by Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO) in its series IAMO Policy Briefs with number 2.

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Date of creation: 2011
Handle: RePEc:zbw:iamopb:2
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