LINKAGES BETWEEN ECONOMIC GROWTH AND FOOD SECURITY: AN ECLECTIC PERSPECTIVE

@article{Desta2017LINKAGESBE,
  title={LINKAGES BETWEEN ECONOMIC GROWTH AND FOOD SECURITY: AN ECLECTIC PERSPECTIVE},
  author={Asayehgn Desta},
  journal={Review of business research},
  year={2017},
  volume={17},
  pages={31-40}
}
  • Asayehgn Desta
  • Published 1 March 2017
  • Economics
  • Review of business research
The causal linkage between food security and economic growth hasn’t been fully resolved. That is, does food security contribute to economic growth or does economic growth result in food security; or is there a two-way causal relationship between economic growth and food security? The causality has not yet been ascertained. Drawing on previous research and insights, this study attempted to find and understand the relationship between food availability and economic growth. A review of existing… Expand

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