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Strengthening policy coherence for development in Switzerland: The case of food security

Discussion Paper 166

October 2014

Lein, B; de Roquefeuil, Q; van Seters, J. 2014. Strengthening policy coherence for development in Switzerland: The case of food security (Discussion Paper 166). Maastricht: ECDPM.

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Key Messages:

  • Securing the right to food for all requires coherent action across a wide range of policies and at different, complementary levels of governance.
  • This study offers a critical analysis of the academic and policy discussions in a selection of policy areas with a potentially critical bearing on global food security.
  • The policy areas under analysis are: i) domestic support; ii) trade; iii) agricultural investment; iv) speculation in commodity markets and biofuel

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