|Statement||by Geoffrey Bastin and John Ellis.|
|Series||EIU special report ;, no. 83|
|Contributions||Ellis, John, 1956-|
|LC Classifications||HD9030.5 .B37 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||174 p., 4 p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||174|
|LC Control Number||82166750|
The book's six chapters outline the ways in which the global food economy has evolved, give a brief history of the rise of modern industrial agriculture, discuss the role played by governments and international treaties in the evolution of skewed trading rules, describe the growing power of trans-national corporations over both growers and consumers of food, warn of the growing volatility in /5(21). The international grain trade is an essential desk top reference to every aspect of the market for producers, traders, brokers, institutional investors and students. Show less. Grain is one of the world's most important staple commodities and one of the most hotly contested. With ever present malnutrition and starvation in many regions contrasting with huge agricultural surpluses in richer areas, it comes as no surprise that grain . The book introduces the grain market to those who have not yet made its acquaintance and makes an excellent quick reference source for the better informed, providing a comprehensive insider's view of the trade. The international grain trade is an essential desk top reference to every aspect of the market for producers, traders, brokers, institutional investors and students. International trade in grain and the world food economy. By G. Bastin, J. Ellis, Economist Intelligence Unit Ltd. and London (UK) Abstract. LD(EIU-SR) / BLDSC - British Library Document Supply CentreSIGLEGBUnited Kingdo.
Population growth and food supply have long been of central concern to economists. The World Food Economy examines the lessons of the past while assessing 21st century and future challenges, including food shortages, global hunger, and economic inequality. With the demand for food and the population growing at an unprecedented rate, this text provides students with a timely, relevant, and. Part 1 Introduction: grain; a brief history of the grain trade; grain in the global political economy. Part 2 Production, consumption, and prices: grain production; consumption; exports and imports; prices. Part 3 The institutions of trade: from farmer to consumer - the marketing chain; grain trade - the key players; grain futures markets. Grow close by and cut the international trade. One principle of food sovereignty is to prioritise local markets over international trade. As we have seen, international trade in food, and its associated food processing industries and supermarket chains, are the food system. The relationship between food security and international trade is highly complex and policy directions are not always straightforward or unified across countries. There are many factors to consider. For example, trade barriers can restrict food availability in regions experiencing food deficits, leading to higher prices and reduced access to food.
In recent years, GRAIN’s research on the climate impacts of industrial food production has focused more particularly on the contribution of factory farming and its byproducts to global warming. The data come as a shock: taken together, the world’s five largest meat and dairy corporations are responsible for a greater volume of greenhouse. Carter, A. C. and Zhong Funing () ‘China’s Past and Future Role in the Grain Trade’, Economic Development and Cultural Change, 39, pp. – CrossRef Google Scholar Chen Liangyu and A. Buckwell () Chinese Grain Economy and Policy (London: CAB International).Cited by: 1. The Global Food Economy examines the human and ecological cost of what we eat.. The current food economy is characterized by immense contradictions. Surplus 'food mountains', bountiful supermarkets, and rising levels of obesity stand in stark contrast to widespread hunger and malnutrition. International Trade Theory and Policy is a masterful exposition of the core ideas of international trade. The book updates the classic monograph of Professor Gandolfo and is now the single most.