This book presents the results of a meeting held by the Board on Science and Technology for International Development. At this meeting, six groups of modelers presented their best estimates of the food aid/food commodity trade picture during the period 1991-2000. These estimates are based on each modeler's own database and own assumptions about trends in global policy, climate, population, and economics.
Table of Contents
|Appendix A: Medium Term Estimates of Demand-Based Food Aid Requirements and Their Variability||47-90|
|Appendix B: Food Aid Requirements of Developing Countries||91-97|
|Appendix C: Commodity Market Outlook and Trade Implications Indicated by the FAPRI Analysis||98-121|
|Appendix D: Outlook for Grains and Soybeans to 2000||122-139|
|Appendix E: Workshop Statement||140-153|
|Appendix F: Food Aid Needs During the 1990s||154-170|
|Appendix G: A Discussion of Long-Term Agricultural Commodity Forecasts and Food Aid Needs||171-183|
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