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Coping Strategies in Response to Rising Food Prices: Evidence from India
Sharon Tandon (au); Maurice Landes (au)
Food prices across the world rose dramatically between 2006 and 2008, There are heightened concerns regarding the implications of rising food prices on the prevalence of food insecurity and household welfare, particularly in developing countries. Given widespread and chronic malnutrition in India and the countryäó»s large share of the worldäó»s total food-insecure population, this report estimates how Indian households coped with the rise in domestic food prices that accompanied global price patterns in 2006-08. It finds that households affected the most by rising food prices significantly decreased dietary diversity, delayed medical expenditures, and delayed purchases of clothing and durable goods. Given the existence of significant food and nonfood coping mechanisms, findings suggest that the rise in food staple prices in India had wide-ranging effects on household welfare. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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