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close this bookFood Price Policies and Nutrition in Latin America (UNU, 1980, 170 pages)
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close this folderPart I: Introduction
close this folderPrice policy and the food that people consume
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View the documentThe stylized facts and a model of them
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close this folderThe effects of changes in real income on nutrition
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View the documentHuman needs and the objectives of development
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close this folderPart II: Case studies
close this folderFood distribution, consumption, and price policies in Mexico
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close this folderProblems in implementing programmes to control or stabilize staple food prices in Jamaica
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View the documentProcessed staple foods
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View the documentThe food intelligence division
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close this folderFood price and subsidy policies and nutrition: experiences in Trinidad-Tobago
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View the documentProduction, distribution, and pricing of selected products
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close this folderThe distribution of income and food consumption by income level: a presentation of the situation in Chile and the Dominican republic
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View the documentIncome distribution
View the documentConsumption level and available family income
View the documentRelation between economic status and food consumption level in the Dominican republic and Chile
View the documentRedistribution of income and its implications for food availability and prices
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close this folderEconomic policies and the nutritional status of the urban poor in Chile, 1968-1976
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View the documentThe food buying power index (ICCA: el indice de capacidad de compra de alimentos)
View the documentThe food buying capacity index (ICCA)
View the documentEconomic policies and their effect on the food buying capacity of the urban poor
View the documentThe food buying capacity index and trends in the nutritional situation of the urban poor in Chile
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close this folderPart III: Basis for policy interventions and research priorities
View the documentGuidelines for discussion groups
View the documentConclusions from the meeting of discussion group I: "Marketing and monitoring systems"
View the documentConclusions from the meeting of discussion group II: "Definition of standards"
View the documentConclusions from the meeting of discussion group III: "Price and income policies"
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