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ERIC Number: ED315373
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1989-Jan
Pages: 240
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISBN: ISBN-0-933595-21-2
Food, Hunger, and Agricultural Issues. Proceedings of a Colloquium on Future U.S. Development Assistance (Morrilton, Arkansas, February 17-19, 1988). Development Education Series.
Clubb, Deborah, Ed.; Ligon, Polly C., Ed.
Colloquium participants were asked to make informed guesses about whether developing countries can grow and equitably distribute the food they need over the next decade, what the international development community should do to help in both production and distribution, and what role the United States should play in the development process. The 17 papers contained in the proceedings are: (1) "Forty Years of Food Aid and Development Assistance: What Have We Learned?" (D. Paarlberg); (2) "The Emerging Policy, Production, and Consumption Scenario" (S. Johnson); (3) "Prospects for Food Aid Needs and Global Food Supplies" (R. Trostle); (4) "Redefining National Security" (P. Johnston); (5) "Nutrition, Health, and Agricultural Development" (P. Pellet); (6) "Reevaluating Substance and Process Priorities in Development Assistance" (N. Brady); (7) "Market Development and Economic Development: Contrasts and Comparisons" (N. Denlinger); (8) "Food, Hunger, and Agricultural Issues" (D. Kleckner); (9) "International Agricultural Development: Benefits or Myths?" (L. Richardson); (10) "Using U.S. Food Surpluses for Development: Interaction of Food Aid with Other Forms of Foreign Assistance" (J. Mellor); (11) "Famine Prevention: Lessons from African Experience" (M. Williams); (12) "Women, Development, Equity, and Efficiency: In Pursuit of Constrained Bliss" (K. Cloud); (13) "Targeting Development Activities Toward Sustainable Agriculture" (R. Harwood); (14) "The Urgency of Institutional Changes for Agriculture in Less-Developed Countries, Newly Industrialized Countries, and Developed Countries" (G. Johnson); (15) "The Case for Refocusing on Development of Human Resources and Institutional Capacity" (R. Kleis); (16) "Tomorrow's Environment for Agricultural Development" (D. Avery); (17) "Development Assistance and Trade: The Way It Was, the Way It Is, and What the Difference Means" (L. Cesal; E. Rossmiller). (JB)
Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Winrock International Inst. for Agricultural Development, Morrilton, AR.