Per Pinstrup Andersen


Per Pinstrup Andersen - Per Pinstrup-Andersen is the H. E. Babcock Professor of Food, Nutrition and Public Policy, the J. Thomas Clark Professor of Entrepreneurship, and Professor of Applied Economics at Cornell University and Professor of Agricultural Economics at Copenhagen University.. Dr. Per Pinstrup-Andersen, a native of Denmark, joined IFPRI as its director general in 1992. Prior to this, he was director of the Cornell Food and Nutrition Policy Program, professor of food economics at Cornell University, and a member of the Technical Advisory Committee to the CGIAR.. Der Preis der Sattheit Gentechnisch veränderte Lebensmittel. Autoren: Pinstrup-Andersen, Per, Schioler, Ebbe Vorschau.

Per Pinstrup-Andersen. Per Pinstrup-Andersen . Suggest a Blog SUBMIT. Organization. Cornell University. Biography. 04.02.2014  · Interview with Per-Pinstrup Andersen, Professor Emeritus at Cornell University.. Find industry contacts & talent representation. Access in-development titles not available on IMDb. Get the latest news from leading industry trades.

Norman Borlaug, modtager af Nobels fredspris 1970, har omtalt Per Pinstrup-Andersen som: ” en af de mest indflydelsesrige økonomer og politikere i dag", samt: "en fremragende talsmand for en effektiv økonomisk politik, der kan transformere landbrugsproduktionen i lande med fødevareunderskud".. We use cookies to offer you a better experience, personalize content, tailor advertising, provide social media features, and better understand the use of our services.. Per Pinstrup-Andersen (født 7. april 1939 i Bislev i Himmerland) er en dansk landbrugsøkonom og forsker indenfor fødevareforsyning. Han er nu professor emeritus ved Cornell University. Han er en verdenskendt kapacitet indenfor fødevarepolitik og globale ernæringsspørgsmål..

Abstract. The term “food security” has been used over time to mean different things. This brief article discusses the various meanings attached to the concept and suggests that it can be a useful measure of household and individual welfare, particularly if combined with estimates of household food aquisition and allocation behavior..