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The overlapping food and economic crises

Carmen Radu and Liviu Radu
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Carmen Radu: University Lecturer, PhD - Nicolae Titulescu University, Bucharest, Romania
Liviu Radu: University Lecturer, PhD - Nicolae Titulescu University, Bucharest, Romania

Computational Methods in Social Sciences (CMSS), 2014, vol. 2, issue 2, 22-29

Abstract: In this paper we are looking at the cause-effect relationship between the economic, financial, demographic and food crises. Crises are interrelated and need to be viewed together, as the effects of one crisis are or may represent causes for another crisis. The current food crisis translates today in food price increases, in the level of health of the population that does not have enough resources for a balanced diet and in obesity problems of the young generation (Romania ranks third among European countries). All these issues with immediate and direct effects over the population in our country have generated our interest to conduct a rigorous and careful observation on the development of the phenomenon of food crisis. Food crisis, its causes and consequences – aging population, the migration of the active population to other countries (especially from the rural areas) and the agglomeration of the disadvantaged population in certain geographical areas, can cause social and economic imbalances.

Keywords: food crisis; obesity; malnutrition; subnutrition; aging population; sustainable development; economic growth (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2014-12
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