1 edition of Food consumption statistics, 1954-1966 found in the catalog.
Food consumption statistics, 1954-1966
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
Written in English
|Other titles||Statistiques de la consommation des denrées alimentaires.|
|LC Classifications||HD1421 .O68|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 691 p. :|
|Number of Pages||691|
|LC Control Number||72386106|
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Food availability, food entitlements and radicalism during the Chinese great leap forward famine: An Econometric panel data analysis Agricultural statistics, – Food availability Author: Matthieu Clément.
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The purpose of this article is to investigate the socio-economic as well as the political, institutional, and ideological causes of the Chinese famine of – The main hypothesis of this paper is that the radical policies implemented as part of the Great Leap Forward resulted in agricultural output decline (i.e., availability issues), and in the implementation of an Cited by: 3.
Between and the average annual 1954-1966 book of milk per pupil in Illinois public schools rose from to quarts, with a range from quarts in Cook County to 76 in Henderson and Edwards Counties.
It rose Food consumption statistics 90 counties, remained the same in 6 and fell in 6. Consumption is given for the different types and sizes of public or private schools in different Cited by: 1. China's agricultural crisis and the associated famine of were among the worst catastrophes in human history, but for a long time they were also the least studied and understood of human calamities.
This paper reviews a. China's Great Leap Forward (GLF) of – ended as a catastrophe as widespread famine claimed millions of human lives. This paper reviews the literature on this historical crisis. The collapse of grain production was primarily attributable to failures in central planning that diverted agricultural resources to industry and to malnutrition among peasants, Cited by: James W.
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