Reflections of Food Policy Evolution over the Last Three Decades
Shenggen Fan ()
Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy, 2020, vol. 42, issue 3, 380-394
For the last three decades, food policy in developing countries has evolved rapidly from a singular focus on producing more food to broader focus on protecting natural resources, reducing poverty and malnutrition, and promoting climate adaptation and mitigation. Since receiving my PhD in the late 1980s, I have dedicated most of my research and research management to these policy issues. After 35 years aboard, I returned to my home country in 2020, where I work with my colleagues at China Agricultural University and continue to conduct policy research on transforming food systems for human and planetary health. This paper is my reflection of policy evolution over the last three decades.
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