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Growing a better future: Food Justice in a resource-constrained world (expanded edition English)
by Robert Bailey, Duncan Green, Naomi Hossain, Kate Kilpatrick, Ed Pomfret, Bertram Zagema, Swati Narayan
Kindle Edition, 201 pages
(first published October 3rd 2011)
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Surprise! The reason behind food scarcity is not the rampant dominance of multinationals or ogms is the lack of a real economy. Most of the food market is simply unattended because it's fractured in millions of small scale producers that are not motivated to play in the open market due to subsides. Subsides are skewing the market, leaving lots of production unsold and prices artificially high. The only very lacking point about the book is the way they look at developing country: if a farmer in ...more