Tyler Cowen on World Hunger

Tyler Cowen writes about lagging productivity growth in agriculture, headwinds due to the organic/locavore movement, high fertilizer prices and poor infrastructure in Africa, the destructiveness of trade restrictions, the problems with ethanol policy and why we need to give more respect to agricultural economists.   Thanks, Tyler ;-)

Especially if you're in the DC area, be sure to check out Cowen's ethnic dining guide.

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