- ショクリョウ エンジョ ガ ショウコク ニ オヨボス エイキョウ
This paper theoretically and empirically examines the effects of food aid on 18 small countries, which have received food aid a mounting to more than 10 percent of their consumption. The theoretical consequence of ideal food aid is that recipient countries should still have food imports and should substitute aid for imports, definitely not for food production. Using the lag correlation method and the Granger's test, I estimated the causality and the correlation between aid and production, and between aid and imports froms1970 to 1999. Of 18 countries, at least 2 substitute aid for production, but none for imports; on the contrary, aid seems to increase imports in 4. Recipient countries must use food aid to decrease food imports, otherwise it will harm local food production and result in tightening dependency on donor countries.
- 国際研究論叢 : 大阪国際大学紀要 = OIU journal of international studies
国際研究論叢 : 大阪国際大学紀要 = OIU journal of international studies 16 (1), 141-, 2002-10-31