This timely study addresses the pressing issue of food security through a range of interdisciplinary contributions, providing both scholarly and policy-making perspectives. It sets the discussion on food security within the little-studied context of its international legal and regulatory framework. The expert contributors explore the key issues from a development perspective and through the lens of existing governance and policy systems with a view to articulating how these systems can be made more effective in dealing with the roots of food insecurity.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
pt. I. Introduction pt. II. Access to food pt. III. Sustainability and food security pt. IV. Food, trade and investment pt. V. Food governance.