Giovanni Anania

Professor, Department of Economics, Statistics and Finance, University of Calabria, Italy

Giovanni Anania was Professor of International Trade, Trade Policies and Economics of Agro-Food Markets in the Department of Economics, Statistics and Finance at the University of Calabria, Italy. Giovanni obtained a degree in Economics from the University of Calabria and holds a MA in Social Science Data Analysis from the University of Essex (UK), a MSc and a PhD in Agricultural Economics from the University of California, Davis.

He served as a consultant to many international institutions, such as the European Union, the United Nations' Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) and the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Giovanni authored numerous scientific publications in the fields of EU agricultural and trade policies, WTO negotiations on agriculture, and quantitative methods for the analysis of the effects of agricultural and trade policies.

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11 December 2014
Les restrictions à l'exportation de produits agricoles sont un domaine resté ‘sous-réglementé’ dans l’Accord du Cycle d’Uruguay ; les dispositions actuelles sont faibles et largement ignorées. Ce n’est qu’avec la forte flambée des prix des produits alimentaires des années 2007/2008 que les...
28 October 2014
Countries intervening to restrict their exports are not among the main causes of food insecurity of the poor in the developing world. Nevertheless, export restrictions have proved to significantly contribute to exacerbating negative effects on food security when an unexpected, rapid increase of...
18 July 2014
Que des pays interviennent pour restreindre leurs exportations n’est pas au nombre des principales causes de l’insécurité alimentaire pour les pauvres des pays en développement. Il s’avère néanmoins que les restrictions à l’exportation contribuent de manière significative à exacerber les effets...
22 May 2014
Государства, ограничивающие экспорт товаров, не являются главными виновниками ухудшения продовольственной безопасности в развивающихся странах. Однако ограничения экспорта в значительной мере способствуют обострению негативных последствий в области продовольственной безопасности, вызывая...
7 April 2014
Considerando as restrições à exportação, a insegurança alimentar e as repentinas altas nos preços internacionais, com sérios impactos para os países em desenvolvimento, o autor oferece uma série de alternativas de estratégias normativas voltadas a contornar tais problemas de forma mais eficaz.
12 February 2014
Los países que restringen sus exportaciones no son una de las principales causas de la inseguridad alimentaria de los países pobres del mundo en desarrollo. Sin embargo, no hay duda de que dichas restricciones contribuyen significativamente a agravar los efectos negativos en relación con la...
26 October 2009
La conclusion du cycle de Doha ou d'un accord visant à mettre fin au conflit de la banane à l'OMC pourrait réduire de manière significative les marges préférentielles dont jouissent les exportateurs de bananes des pays d'Afrique, des Caraïbes et du Pacifique du fait de leurs Accords de partenariat...
22 October 2009
The conclusion of the Doha Round or an agreement to end the banana dispute at the WTO would significantly reduce the preferential margins that African, Caribbean and Pacific banana exporters enjoy under their Economic Partnership Agreements with the European Union. On 1 January 2008, the EU...
7 September 2009
The conclusion of the Doha Round or an agreement to end the banana dispute at the WTO would significantly reduce the preferential margins that African, Caribbean and Pacific banana exporters enjoy under their Economic Partnership Agreements with the European Union. On 1 January 2008, the EU...

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