OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

Food Price Policy in an Era of Market Instability: A Political Economy Analysis

ISBN : 9780198788836

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著者: 
Per Pinstrup-Andersen
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544 ページ
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Paperback
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156 x 234 mm
刊行日
2016年12月
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WIDER Studies in Development Economics
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Food price volatility is one of the major challenges facing current and future global food systems. Since 2006, global food prices have fluctuated greatly around an increasing trend and price spikes were observed for key food commodities such as rice, wheat, and maize. The full or partial transmission of these global food price changes to individual developing countries, together with domestic food price changes, caused by domestic factors such as extreme weather events and market disruptions, caused governments to respond in a variety of ways. While there is ample description of the nature, content, and causes of food price fluctuations during the last 5 to 7 years, very little is known about the processes that led to policy responses or the relative power and behaviour of the participating stakeholder groups. Understanding how and why governments responded as they did is important to enhance the existing knowledge of the political economy of food price policy and to assist governments in their policy-making as they confront future food price fluctuations. This book presents results from political economy studies of food price policy in 14 developing countries as well as the United States and the European Union.

目次: 

Part I: An Overview
1 Per Pinstrup-Andersen: The Political Economy of Food Price Policy: An Overview

Part II: Syntheses of Findings from Country Studies
2 Kenneth Baltzer: International to Domestic Price Transmission in 14 Developing Countries during the 2007-08 Food Crisis
3 Shane Bryan: A Cacophony of Policy Responses: Evidence from 14 Countries during the 2007-08 Food Price Crisis
4 Suresh Babu: Policy Processes and Food Price Crises: A Framework for Analysis and Lessons from Country Studies
5 Derrill D. Watson II: A Political Economy Synthesis of Food Price Policy in 14 Countries

Part III: The Political Economy of Food Price Policy in Low-Income Landlocked Countries
6 Assefa Admassie: The Political Economy of Food Price Policy in Ethiopia
7 Ephraim W. Chirwa and Blessings Chinsinga: The Political Economy of Food Price Policy in Malawi
8 Antony Chapoto: The Political Economy of Food Price Policy in Zambia

Part IV: The Political Economy of Food Price Policy in Low-Income Countries with Limited Dependence on Food Imports
9 Jonathan Makau Nzuma: The Political Economy of Food Price Policy in Kenya
10 Virgulino Nhate, Claudio Massingarela, and Vincenzo Salvucci: The Political Economy of Food Price Policy in Mozambique

Part V: The Political Economy of Food Price Policy in Low and Middle-Income Countries Heavily Dependent on Food Import
11 Selim Raihan: The Political Economy of Food Price Policy in Bangladesh
12 Ahmed Farouk Ghoneim: The Political Economy of Food Price Policy in Egypt
13 Aderibigbe S. Olomola: The Political Economy of Food Price Policy in Nigeria
14 Danielle Resnick: The Political Economy of Food Price Policy in Senegal

Part VI: The Political Economy of Food Price Policy in Large Exporters
15 Nguyen Manh Hai and Theodore Talbot: The Political Economy of Food Price Policy in Vietnam
16 Kavery Ganguly and Ashok Gulati: The Political Economy of Food Price Policy in India
17 Jikun Huang, Jun Yang, and Scott Rozelle: The Political Economy of Food Price Policy in China
18 Bernardo Mueller and Charles Mueller: The Political Economy of Food Price Policy in Brazil
19 Johann F. Kirsten: The Political Economy of Food Price Policy in South Africa

Part VII: The Political Economy of Food Price Policy in High-Income Countries
20 Gordon C. Rausser and Harry de Gorter: US Policy Contributions to Agricultural Commodity Price Fluctuations 2006-12
21 Johan Swinnen, Louise Knops, and Kristine Van Herck: Food Price Volatility and EU Policies

Part VIII: Conclusions and Recommendations
22 Per Pinstrup-Andersen: The Political Economy of Food Price Policy: Key Policy-Related Lessons

著者について: 

Per Pinstrup-Andersen is Professor Emeritus and Graduate School Professor at Cornell University and Adjunct Professor at Copenhagen University. He is Chairman of the High Level Panel of Experts on Food Security (HLPE) and Vice chairman of the World Economic Forum's Council on Food Security. He is past Chairman of the Science Council of the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) and Past President of the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association (AAEA). He is a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and the American Agricultural Economics Association. He has served as the International Food Policy Research Institute's Director General, as an economist at the International Center for Tropical Agriculture, and as distinguished professor at Wageningen University. He is the 2001 World Food Prize Laureate and the recipient of several awards for his research. His publications include more than 450 books, articles, and papers.

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