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Law and the Political Economy of Hunger

Author(s) By Anna Chadwick (Lord Kelvin Adam Smith Research Fellow, Lord Kelvin Adam Smith Research Fellow, University of Glasgow).
Publisher Oxford University Press
ISBN 9780198823940
Practice Area Public international law
Format Hardback
Pages 256
Published in United Kingdom
Published 20 Dec 2018
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£69.75

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After the global food crisis of 2007-2011, many Non-Government Organizations blamed speculators trading in commodity derivatives, viewing speculator driven high price volatility in grain markets as culpable for the disaster. Chadwick disagrees, arguing that current legal regimes bear far more responsibility for the tragedy of world hunger.

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