Dynamic food demand in china and international nutrition transition

Bibliographic Details
Druckausg.: Zhou, De, Dynamic food demand in china and international nutrition transition, 2014, VI, 120 S.
Authors and Corporations: Zhou, De, Yu, Xiaohua (Degree supervisor, Other), Herzfeld, Thomas (Other), Qaim, Matin (Other)
Title: Dynamic food demand in china and international nutrition transition presented by De Zhou
Dissertation Note:Göttingen, Univ., Diss., 2014
published:
2014
Physical Description:Online-Ressource (PDF-Datei: VI, 120 S., 1,3 MB); graph. Darst.
Summary:Economic growth followed by urbanization and food supply modernization in developing countries would lead to substantial changes in food demand. Global agri-food systems are undergoing a rapid transformation towards high-value and high-quality products. China would be a good and important example. The rapid economic growth has led substantial changes in food consumption. Chinese consumers substantially increased their consumption of meat, dairy products and fruits and pay more attention to food quality. In conjugation with economic growth, consumers are experiencing nutrition transition due...
Type of Resource:E-Book Thesis Hochschulschrift
Source:Verbunddaten SWB
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Notes:Enth. 3 Beitr. Kumulative Arbeit
Language: English