Publicado nov 30, 2022


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Mohammed Abdullah Al-Mahish

Raga Elzaki

Muhammet Yunus Sisman



El objetivo de este trabajo es examinar los factores que afectan a la seguridad alimentaria de los hogares rurales sudaneses y estimar las elasticidades de precios e ingresos de los hogares sudaneses en función de su situación de seguridad alimentaria. Los resultados muestran que los hogares que viven en las regiones rurales del norte y del oeste tienen menos probabilidades de tener seguridad alimentaria en comparación con los hogares que viven en las regiones rurales del este. Además, los hogares rurales tienen más probabilidades de tener seguridad alimentaria en las estaciones de otoño e invierno en comparación con la estación de verano. Los resultados de las elasticidades precio e ingreso de los hogares seguros e inseguros fueron casi similares. Las elasticidades de los ingresos de los hogares seguros e inseguros muestran que los cereales, la leche y los huevos, las hortalizas, los alimentos básicos, el té y el café son necesidades de los hogares rurales.


Quadratic Almost Ideal Demand System, food security, rural household consumption, demographic factorssistema de demanda cuadrática casi ideal, seguridad alimentaria, consumo de los hogares rurales, factores demográficos

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Al-Mahish, M. A., Elzaki, R., & Sisman, M. Y. (2022). Seguridad alimentaria en las zonas rurales de Sudán. Cuadernos De Desarrollo Rural, 19.
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