Textbook Notes for FARE 1300 at University of Guelph (U OF G)

U OF GFARE 1300Spencer HensonWinter

FARE 1300 Chapter Notes -Overnutrition, Marasmus, Basal Metabolic Rate

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31 Aug 2014
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Pregnant women and lactating mothers are the next most vulnerable to undernutrition, possibly followed by elderly women. Undernutrition in individuals
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U OF GFARE 1300Julio MendozaFall

FARE 1300 Chapter 2 Readings

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19 Oct 2013
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High-income countries overnutrition is the biggest problem. Third world countries undernutrition is the biggest problem: exacerbated by secondary nutri
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U OF GFARE 1300Andreas BoeckerWinter

FARE1300 Chapter 21: Direct Subsidies and Elimination of Urban Bias

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18 Apr 2016
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Chapter 21 direct subsidies and elimination of urban bias receive. Increasing food production is almost certainly a necessity in solving world food pro
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U OF GFARE 1300Andreas BoeckerWinter

FARE 1300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: International Monetary Fund, Progressive Tax, Redistribution Of Income And Wealth

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18 Apr 2016
22
Lecture 14 policies that raise the incomes of the poor. Policies that redistribute income or wealth: international aid, progressive transaction, minimu
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U OF GFARE 1300Scott SchauWinter

FARE lecture notes.docx

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13 Dec 2012
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Low-income-food-deficit countries: do not produce enough food to feed their populations. Two perspectives: trade is the main cause of food inefficiency
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U OF GFARE 1300Andreas BoeckerWinter

FARE 1300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Causses, Oral Rehydration Therapy, Human Capital

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18 Apr 2016
13
Lecture 13 interaction between undernutrition and health. Undernutrition and disease reinforce each other, there are speci c policies to combat disease
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U OF GFARE 1300Andreas BoeckerWinter

FARE 1300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11-14: Total Factor Productivity, Aggregate Supply, Knowledge Economy

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18 Apr 2016
18
Typical analysis focuses on crops and output total output = output/acre x number of acres. Animal products require feed, animal feed comes from crops.
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