Lessons for Venezuela from Chile's Agri-food Sector Reform


August 20, 2020 - Author: Carlos Furche, Eugenio Diaz-Bonilla, , Luis Flores,

Carlos Furche, Eugenio Diaz-Bonilla, David Ortega, Luis Flores, David Tschirley. 2020. Lessons for Venezuela from Chile's Agri-food Sector Reform. Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Food Security Policy Research Brief 121. East Lansing: Michigan State University

Key Findings

  • Chile’s experience with laws, policies, regulations,  and institutions governing the agri-food sector  provides possible lessons for Venezuela’s recovery.

  • Venezuela must prepare for an agricultural sector  development strategy endowed with flexibility and  adaptive adjustment capabilities 

  • Strong coordination and consultation mechanisms  for policy development and implementation is  necessary.


Tags: c3, c5, chile, cross-cutting outreach contributions, food security group, fsg policy brief, fsp policy brief, innovation lab for food security policy, input use and market development, land, policy research and capacity building


David Ortega

David Ortega

David Tschirley

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