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Effects of Rising Food and Oil Prices on Rural Households in Ghana

 Felix A. Asante
  13th-Mar-2009
Description: Developments on the global agricultural front such as the rising food prices pose significant threats to Ghana’s macroeconomic stability and overall development achievements. Global food prices increased over 50 percent as a result of the use of crops for bio-fuel, rising cost of production, climate change and increase in demand as a result of population increase. Petroleum and other fuel price increases were also driving up food prices, particularly because of the high transport costs.
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Domain: Energy
Category: Environmental
Contents:
EFFECTS OF RISING FOOD AND OIL PRICES ON RURAL HOUSEHOLDS IN GHANA: A CASE STUDY OF SELECTED COMMUNITIES IN THE DANGME WEST DISTRICT USING THE CBMS APPROACH

Felix A. Asante Institute f St ti ti l S i l E I tit t of Statistical Social & Economic Research (ISSER) i R h University of Ghana, Legon
7th PEP G General M i l Meeting. D December 9 � 12 2008 b Manila, Philippine

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