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IR 428: International Political Economy of Food & Hunger   Tags: geography, international, international_relations, j._paul_leonard, san_francisco_state_university, sf_state, sfsu, statistics, united_nations  

This guide accompanies the library instruction session for SF State's IR 428 class taught by Kathy McAfee.
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    Data and statistics on production, trade, consumption, supply utilisation accounts and food balances domain, food security, prices, resources
  • UNCTAD Handbook of Statistics Online
    Intl. merchandise trade, Intl. merchandise trade by region, Intl. merchandise trade by product Intl. merchandise trade indicators, Intl. trade in services, Commodities, International finance, Development indicators

Ebooks from the Library

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Hunger in the Balance - Jennifer Clapp
ISBN: 0801463939
Publication Date: 2012-02-01

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Food and Famine in the 21st Century - William A. Dando
ISBN: 9781598847314
Publication Date: 2012

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World Food Security - D. John Shaw
ISBN: 0230589782
Publication Date: 2007

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The Global Food Economy - Tony Weis
ISBN: 1848131410
Publication Date: 2008
-- The global food economy: contradictions and crises
-- The temperate grain-livestock complex
-- From colonialism to global market integration in the south
-- Entrenching an uneven playing field: the multilateral regulation of agriculture
-- The battle for the future of farming.

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The Politics of Food - William D. Schanbacher
ISBN: 9780313363290
Publication Date: 2010
Globalization, development, food security and the emergence of a global food regime
-- The underside of development
-- Food sovereignty as an alternative
-- Human rights, human responsibilities, and the capabilities approach
-- Ethical analysis of food sovereignty and the ethics of globalization.

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