fbpx Preventing a COVID-19 Food Crisis | Harvard Kennedy School

The pandemic is amplifying the risk of a world-wide food-price spike, which would trigger outright crises in many developing countries. Governments must therefore work together to address disruptions to food supply chains and prevent food protectionism from becoming the post-pandemic new normal. CID Affiliate Carmen Reinhart and  Rob Subbaraman urge global policy coordination to address the risk of disruptions to food supply chains in Project Syndicate.