TITLE

FOOD SECURITY OF KAZAKHSTAN: ESTIMATION METHODS AND WAYS TO ACHIEVE

AUTHOR(S)
Zhunusova, Gulim
PUB. DATE
January 2013
SOURCE
Actual Problems of Economics / Aktual'ni Problemi Ekonomìki;Jan2013, Vol. 139 Issue 1, p281
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article studies the vital for Kazakhstan problem of food security and considers the essence of the notion "food security", also analyzing the state of Kazakhstan's agriculture and revealing the factors which have negative influence upon the sufficiency of foodstuff in the country. Ways to solve the outlined problems are specified. The estimation methods for food security are studied; practical recommendations concerning their adaptation to Kazakhstan's realia are carried out.
ACCESSION #
85126458

 

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