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Hunger in China: The Failure of a System?

  • Miriam London and Ivan D. London

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Why have many economists missed the fact of persistent malnutrition, hunger, and famine in the People's Republic of China? The fault is certainly not in their expertise (remarkably sophisticated in application, given the dubious nature of the data available) but in their interpretive comments and conclusions, which often seem gratuitous, deriving neither from estimates of per capita grain consumption nor from any visible basis in fact.

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Hunger in China: The Failure of a System?

  • Miriam London and Ivan D. London

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