Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL MARKETS INSTABILITY: POLICIES AND REGULATION PERSPECTIVES

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09 luglio 2015

This conference will discuss how food and agricultural markets can become more stable, and what policies and regulatory frameworks should be implemented to make world food systems more efficient, sustainable and predictable. Gathering presenters from around the world, the conference discussions will help define both EU and international policies to improve food security and ensure that food and agricultural markets function benefiting world consumers and producers.

Co-organised by the European Commission - Joint Research Centre IPTS Seville, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (UCSC), and 7th Framework Programme Project ULYSSES (Understanding and coping with food markets volatility towards more stable world and EU food systems), the conference will showcase ULYSSES main conclusions and results, discuss issues related to the financialisation of agricultural markets: risk management tools and regulation, and discuss policy approaches.

The conference will contribute to frame the debate within recent scientific findings, addressing controversial issues that affect the welfare of consumers, countries’ trust and reliance on markets and national, regional and global initiatives.

The final confirmation of participation for those who request an invitation for July 10, guarantees a Free Expo Entry ticket for the work session that will be held at the EU Pavilion in Expo.For online registration click here. To watch the live streaming of July 10 at the EU Pavilion click here


To download the programme click here, for the leaflet click here

To download the report of the event click here