This book explores a range of views on the possibilities for international stocks management as well as to determine what might be compatible with the unregulated market. Items appropriate for discussion include food security, demand growth, and cereal market strategies to deal with variability.
Table of Contents
1. International Stocks Management in Unregulated Markets 2. Cereal Stocks and Production Variability in a Liberalized World Trade Environment 3. Implications of Grain Trade Liberalization for LDC Food Security 4. Australia's Experience with its Wool Buffer Stock Scheme 5. Canadian Experience with, and Reliance on, Income Security and Stabilization Measures 6. Stabilizing Imported Food Prices for Small Developing Countries: Any Role for Commodity Futures?. 7. Government Grain Storage: Food Security and Price Stability