Quantifying the cost and benefits of ending hunger and undernutrition: Examining the differences among alternative approaches
Shenggen Fan (),
Derek Headey (),
David Laborde Debucquet,
Timothy Sulser () and
Keith D. Wiebe
Authors registered in the RePEc Author Service: Daniel Mason-D'Croz ()
No 978-089629-299-4, Issue briefs from International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)
This brief examines estimates produced by several recent model simulations and frameworks that focus on the cost of ending hunger as well as progress toward other development goals—estimates that range from US$7 billion to US$265 billion per year. The differences among these estimates are largely attributable to the different targeted objectives and policy questions of each modeling exercise, different investment strategies considered, and varying assumptions about the role of different sectors in reducing hunger.
Keywords: hunger; malnutrition; poverty; agricultural policies; mathematical models; agricultural research; food security; strategic development goals (SDGs) (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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