Food policy analysis
Published for the World Bank [by] The Johns Hopkins University Press, Jun 1, 1983 - Architecture - 301 pages
Introduction to food policy analysis; Analysis of food consumption and nutrition; Analysis of food production systems; Marketing functions, markets, and food price formation; Macroeconomic policies and the food system; Macro food policy.
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Introduction to Food Policy Analysis
Analysis of Food Consumption and Nutrition J
Analysis of Food Production Systems
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