Bangladesh food policy analysis course

Reading Materials

Introduction
1. Maxwell, S. 1996. Food Security: a post-modern perspective. Food Policy 21(2): 515-531.

Production
2. Morris, M., C. Nuimuddin, and C. Meisner. 1996. Economics of wheat production in Bangladesh. Food Policy 21 (6): 541-560.
3. Gaiha, R. 1995. Does agricultural growth matter in poverty alleviation? Development and Change 26: 285-304.

Food Price Policy
4. Sukhatme, V.A. and D. G. Alber. 1997. Economists and food price policy distortions: the case of India. Economic Development and Cultural Change 46(1): 79-96.
5. Ellis, F., P. Senenayake, and M. Smith. 1997. Food price policy in Sri Lanka. Food Policy 22(1): 81-96.
6. Savadogo, K., and H. Kazianga. 1999. Substitution between domestic and imported food in urban consumption in Burkina Faso: assessing the impact of devaluation. Food Policy 24: 535-551.
7. Khan, M., and A. M. M. Jamal. 1998. Market based price support program: an alternative approach to large scale food procurement and distribution system. Food Policy 22 (6): 479-496.

Food Demand
8. Teklu, t. 1996. Food demandstudies in sub-Saharan Africa: a survey os empirical evidence. Food Policy 21 (6): 479-496.
9. Ohri-Vachaspati, P., L. B. Rogers, E. Kennedy, and J. P. Goldberg. 1998. The effects of data collection methods on calorie-expenditure elasticity estimates: a study from the Dominican Republic. Food Policy 23 (3/4): 295-304.
10. Rogers, B. L., and M. Lowdermilk. 1991. Price policy and food consumption in urban Mali. Food Policy: 461-473.
11. Meenaskhi, J. V., and R. Ray. 1999. Regional differences in India’s food expenditure pattern: a complete demand systems approach. Journal of International Development 11: 47-74.

Poverty
12. Ravallion, M. 2000. What is needed for a more pro-poor growth process in India. Economic and Political Weekly: 1089-1093.
13. Wodon, Q. T. 1995. Poverty in Bangladesh: extent and evolution. The Bangladesh Development Studies 23 (3/4): 81-110.
14. Wodon, Q. T. 1997. Food energy intake and cost of basic needs: measuring poverty in Bangladesh. The Journal of Development Studies 34 (2): 66-101.

Food Markets
15. Timmer, C. P. 1995. Getting agriculture moving: do markets provide the right signals? Food Policy 20 (5): 455-472.
16. Harriss-White, B. 1997. Staple food market efficiency in developing countries: introduction. Journal of International Development 9 (1): 97-100.
17. Palaskas, T. B., B. Harriss-White, and T. Crowe. 1997. The evolution of local market commodity price behaviour in South India. Journal of International Development 9 (1): 101-115.

Food Aid
18. Dorosh, P. A., and S. Haggblade. 1997. Shifting sands: the changing case for monetizing project food aid in Bangladesh. World Development 25 (12): 2093-2104.
19. Clay, D. C., D. Molla, and D. Habtewold. 1999. Food aid targeting in Ethiopia: a study of who needs it and who gets it. Food Policy 24: 391-409.
20. Tschirley, D., C. Donovan, and T. M. Weber. 1996. Food aid and food markets: lessons from Mozambique. Food Policy 21 (2): 189-209.

Macroeconomic Policy
21. Diagana, B., F. Akindes, K. Savadogo, T. Reardon, and J. Staaz. 1999. Effects of the CFA franc devaluation on urban food consumption in West Africa: overview and cross-country comparisons. Food Policy 24: 465-478.
22. Valdes, A., and A. F. McCalls. 1996. The Uruguay Round and agricultural policies in developing countries and economies in transition. Food Policy 21 (4/5): 419-431.
23. David, C., and J. Huang. 1996. Political economy of rice price protection in Asia. Economic Development and Cultural Change 44 (3): 463-483.

Food Policy Communication
24. Ippolito, P. M. 1999. How government policies shape the food and nutrition infromation environment. Food Policy 24: 295-306.

Author: 
Chowdhury, Abdul Hamid
Published date: 
1998
Publisher: 
International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)