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West African Studies
Settlement, Market and Food Security
OECD Publishing , Date de parution:  05 juin 2013
Pages: 200 , Langue: Anglais
Version: Livre (Broché) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264187436 , Code OCDE: 442012021P1
Prix:   €50 | $70 | £45 | ¥6500 | MXN900 , Frais de livraison inclus
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Imprint:  Club du Sahel et de l'Afrique de l'Ouest

Description

Settlement dynamics have been reshaping West Africa’s social and economic geography. These spatial transformations – high urbanisation and economic concentration – favour the development of market-oriented agriculture.

With the population of West Africa set to double by 2050, agricultural production systems will undergo far-reaching transformations. To support these transformations, policies need to be spatially targeted, improve availability of market information and broaden the field of food security to policy domains beyond agriculture. They need to rely on homogeneous and reliable data – not available at present – particularly for key variables such as non-agricultural and agricultural population, marketed production and regional trade.


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Abbreviations and acronyms
Editorial
Executive summary
PART I. INTEGRATING SPATICAL DYNAMICS AND FOOD SECURITY ISSUES
Chapter 1. A review of past trends on settlement, agriculture and food insecurity
-1.1 The major settlement dynamics
-1.2 Agricultural performance and settlement dynamics
-1.3 Food insecurity and resilience
-Bibliography
Chapter 2. Economic geography and settlement dynamics
-2.1 Theoretical currents and demo-spatial approaches
-2.2 Homogeneous settlement data for a regional approach
-Bibliography
PART II. PEOPLE, PLEACE AND TRANSFORMATION DYNAMICS
Chapter 3. Spatial restructuring and economic transformations
-3.1 A history of migration
-3.2 Multifaceted urbanisation
-3.3 Understanding the economic and social transformations
-3.4 Economic and social role of the informal economy
-Bibliography
Chapter 4. Market dynamics and regional integration
-4.1 Market dynamics and food security
-4.2 Connecting to markets
-4.3 Defining regional market sheds
-4.4 Apprehending the interdependencies
-Bibliography
PART III. FORWARD-LOOKING SCENARIOS FOR SETTLEMENT AND AGRICULTURAL TRANSFORMATIONS TO 2050
Chapter 5. Population settlement projections

-5.1 Toward completion of the demographic transition
-5.2 Focusing on city development
-Bibliography
Chapter 6. The future of agricultural systems
-6.1 Future structure of regional population and changes in agriculture
-6.2 Land use prospects and challenges
-6.3 Anticipating and accompanying transformations in agricultural systems
-Bibliography
Annexes
-Annex A. Vulnerability index (GIEWS/FAO)
-Annex B. Modèle utilisé pour l’estimation de la population agricole PA et du ratio PNA/PA
-Annex C. Méthode d’estimation des mises en marché
-Annex D. United Nations population projections – West Africa
Glossary
SMART (Statistical, Mapping and Regional Analysis Tool) complements the report and is available on line at www.oecd.org/swac and www.westafricagateway.org/smart.
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