2 edition of Food prices and policy found in the catalog.
Food prices and policy
William T Boehm
by Dept. of Agriculture, Economics, Statistics, and Cooperatives Service : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in [Washington]
Written in English
Issued July 1979
|Statement||William T. Boehm, Rodney C. Kite|
|Series||ESCS ; 59|
|Contributions||Kite, Rodney C., joint author, United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Economics, Statistics, and Cooperatives Service|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 7 p. :|
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Food price hikes and resulting scarcity should lead farmers to increase production and markets to allow for reallocation through trade. Often, however, producers are unprepared to respond to increased demand, and policymakers lack the necessary evidence-based macroeconomic policy tools to be able to respond with appropriate policies.
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The Producer Price Index (PPI) for food measures changes in prices paid to domestic producers for their output and is a natural extension of ERS's work with the CPI for food. This book provides fresh insights into concepts, methods and new research findings on the causes of excessive food price volatility.
It also discusses the implications for food security and policy responses to mitigate excessive volatility. In their textbook Agricultural and Food Policy, Knutson et al. () state, “a cheap food policy involves the government overtly pursuing policies that hold down the price of food below the competitive equilibrium price.” Cheap food policy remains in the milieu of Cited by: Fortunately, Walmart makes it easy to plan meals and stock up on delicious and nutritious food that is also affordable.
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At the farm level, price instability leads to lower investments than are FOOD POLICY February 21 Food price policy ^For further analysis of the importance of an efficient marketing system and the role of price policy in developing one, see C. Peter Timmer, Walter P. Falcon and Scott R. Pearson, Food Policy Analysis, Johns Hopkins Cited by: Context: Pricing policies have been posited as potential policy instruments to address the increasing prevalence of obesity.
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– 14).Marion Nestle argues that ensuring safe food involves more than washing hands or cooking food to higher temperatures. It involves politics. When it comes to food safety, billions of dollars are at stake, and industry, government, and consumers collide over issues of values, economics, and political power—and not always in the public interest.THE INCREASING BURDEN OF diet-related chronic diseases has prompted policymakers and researchers to explore broad-based approaches to improving diets.
1,2 One way to address the issue is to change the relative prices of selected foods through carefully designed tax or subsidy policies.
The potential of price changes to improve food choices is evident from growing research on how relative food Cited by: