Course DescriptionThis course explores the development and analysis of food-related policy instruments and responses. Basic food economic concepts are introduced. Global as well as local issue in food production, processing, distribution,and consumption are explored. Topics include food prices and food policy analysis; agricultural subsidies; international trade; and food interventions. Students will also develop an understanding of the overall effect of income, policies, markets and prices as they affect food security.
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RequisitesAntirequisite: CFNP 250
- Food Security : Required Courses
- Sustainability Management and Enterprise Process Excellence : Electives (select 2)