Revista de Economia e Sociologia Rural
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Segurança alimentar e liberalização comercial do mercado de alimentos: uma revisão sistemática

Food security and trade liberalization of the food market: a systematic review

Matheus Vieira Machado; Maria Fernanda de Castro Burbarelli; Rodrigo Garófallo Garcia; Erlaine Binotto; Hagar Gonçalves Borges

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O objetivo deste artigo foi identificar o papel da liberalização do comércio de alimentos na segurança alimentar tomando como base dados científicos da literatura internacional e visando elucidar pontos positivos ou negativos. Uma revisão sistemática foi realizada nas bases Web of Science e Scopus no período de 2015 a 2019. Foram identificados dezesseis trabalhos, observando os critérios de inclusão e exclusão estabelecidos. Foi possível constatar que a literatura sobre o tema em questão permanece ambígua, não havendo consenso sobre os reais ganhos ou perdas. A natureza e a magnitude do efeito da liberalização na segurança alimentar dependem de vários fatores, como o grau de adaptabilidade dos pobres às mudanças nas condições econômicas; o grau de exposição dos países às importações de alimentos; a presença de condições iniciais favoráveis; as medidas de acompanhamento; e o horizonte temporal considerado na pesquisa.

Palavras-chave

abertura comercial, política comercial, mercado de alimentos

Abstract

Abstract:: This paper aimed to identify in the international literature on food security the scientific results about the role of trade liberalization in the same. A systematic review was used in the Web of Science and Scopus databases from 2015 to 2019. It was identify 16 studies according the inclusion and exclusion criteria. It was found that the literature on the issues in question remains ambiguous, with no consensus on the real gains or losses. The nature and magnitude of the effect of liberalization on food security depends on several factors, such as: the degree of adaptability of the poor to changes in economic conditions; the degree of exposure of countries to food imports; the presence of favorable initial conditions; accompanying measures; and the time horizon considered in the research.
 

Keywords

trade openness, trade policy, food market

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