Chapter 14: Methods of monitoring the right to food
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Increased international institutional activity around an international right to adequate food comes with two major caveats: subjectivity of measurement and justiciability. This chapters deals with the first of these in exploring the impact of economic analysis of food security on the definition, and subsequently monitoring and measurement, of the right to food.

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