Food Supply

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    Research Brief

    How to Address the Threat of Agroterrorism

    The U.S. agriculture sector and the food industry in general have received little attention with respect to protection against terrorist incidents. How are livestock and produce vulnerable? What would the consequences of an agroterrorism attack be?

    Dec 31, 2003

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    The Food and Drug Administration Confronts Homeland and National Security: Report on a Workshop of the RAND Center for Domestic and International Health Security

    Reviews a December 2002 RAND workshop on challenges the U.S. Food and Drug Administration faces, particularly in its potential responses to increased national and homeland security needs for drugs and vaccines.

    Dec 31, 2002

  • Commentary

    The US Agricultural Sector: A New Target for Terrorism?

    Published commentary by RAND staff.

    Feb 9, 2001

  • Report

    Soviet agriculture since the September 1953 reforms. 15 September, 1955.

    A discussion of the developments proposed after the 1953 Soviet agricultural reforms to reduce the importance of private production in total food supply. In particular, this study discusses USSR plans to increase the production of specific crops and ...

    Dec 31, 1954

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    Adam Bertscher

    Research Assistant
    Education M.P.H. in health systems, University of Cape Town; B.A. (Hons) in psychology, University of South Africa; B.Soc.Sci. in philosophy and psychology, University of Cape Town

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    Jessie Coe

    Associate Economist; Professor, Pardee RAND Graduate School
    Education Ph.D. in economics, University of Texas; M.A. in mathematics, University of Southern California; B.A. in mathematics, Pomona College

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    Emily Gloinson

    Research Assistant
    Education M.Phil. in international relations and politics, University of Cambridge; B.A. (Hons) in politics and international studies, University of Warwick

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    Courtney Hood

    Analyst
    Education M.A. in international relations and geography, University of Toronto; B.A. in geography, with a minor in environmental studies, University of Victoria

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    Patricia Ann Stapleton

    Political Scientist
    Education Ph.D. in political science, City University of New York; M.Phil in political science, City University of New York; M.A. in French Literature, Rutgers University; B.A. in French, Ursinus College

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    Karen Sudkamp

    Senior Analyst
    Education B.S.F.S. in international politics, Georgetown University; M.A. in national security and strategic studies, Naval War College; M.A. in food studies, Chatham University; M.B.A. in business administration, Chatham University

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