Agriculture and Food

The public policies of governments affect the lives and livelihoods of citizens every day in every country around the world

Wyn Grant

2013

Scholarcy highlights

  • The public policies of governments affect the lives and livelihoods of citizens every day in every country around the world
  • Agriculture and food policy is characterized by its simultaneous exceptionality and centrality Exceptionality is to be found in the persistence of high levels of subsidy of agricultural production in many countries of the world, ranging, from Japan to the United States
  • It is to be found in the high sensitivity

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