Scott Rozelle

Stanford University

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Professor and senior fellow at Stanford University's Institute of International Studies, focusing on agriculture and rural economy policy in China

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The United States once called itself the "food basket" for much of the world, but that was before economic globalization.

China and America's Food Supply

The United States once called itself the "food basket" for much of the world, but that was before economic globalization.

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