What can the international community do to help food dependent developing countries deal with continuing global food market volatility?

Abstract

The sudden increases in many internationally traded food commodity prices in late 2007 and early 2008, and repeated in 2010-11 highlighted the continuing vulnerability of net food importing developing countries (NFIDCs), to unpredictable food price spikes, and the threat to their food security.
Citation

Sarris, A. "What can the international community do to help food dependent developing countries deal with continuing global food market volatility?" Ferdi Policy brief B27, July 2011