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close this bookWho's Hungry? And How Do We Know? Food Shortage, Poverty and Deprivation (UNU, 1998, 199 pages)
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close this folder1. Introduction
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View the documentFramework: Food shortage, food poverty, food deprivation
View the documentLinks between levels of hunger
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close this folder2. Measuring hunger
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View the documentInput: Enough to eat?
View the documentOutput: Nutritional outcomes
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close this folder3. Food shortage
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View the documentIs there a world food shortage?
View the documentWhere are there regional food shortages?
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View the documentCauses of shortage
View the documentThe relationship between drought and famine
View the documentEcological and political aspects of food shortage in the 1990s
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close this folder4. Food poverty
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View the documentCauses of food poverty
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View the documentCase study: The importance of non-market entitlements
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View the documentCauses of deprivation
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close this folder6. Conflict as a cause of hunger
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View the documentFood shortage related to conflict
View the documentFood poverty related to conflict
View the documentDistribution of conflict-related food poverty
View the documentFood deprivation related to conflict
View the documentThe hunger costs of sanctions
View the documentUnderlying conditions
View the documentHumanitarian and political principles and institutions limiting conflict-related hunger
View the documentMeasuring the ''hunger'' costs of conflict
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View the documentPatterns of risk
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