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The Fight Against Food Shortages and Surpluses, by John McClintock


The price of food commodities is unstable. It can suddenly shoot up, bringing hunger and famine, whilst too much can cause food prices to rapidly fall, wiping out the profits of farming families and jeopardising their livelihoods. The whole world would be better off if commodity prices were more stable. This book explores how governments can manage food and farming so that there are neither food shortages nor food surpluses, using theory and evidence to address major ideologies and global problems.


EAAE members can purchase the book at a 20% discount off the price

of the book when ordered through the CABI Bookshop.


Please use this link and the code CCEAAE20 to get the discount.