Food Security in Australia
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Food Security in a Two-Speed Economy: Horticultural Production in Western Australia

Publication Date Sep 11, 2012

Abstract

Western Australia has experienced sustained economic and population growth over the last decade due to the prolonged resources boom, making it one of the wealthiest places in the world. However, despite the enviable international liveability status, there is evidence that the Western Australian economy and community more generally has become increasingly polarized by the resources boom. The gap between the ‘haves’ and the ‘have nots’ is widening depending upon peoples’ access to the wealth generated by the resources boom.

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Resources Boom Western Australian Economy Horticultural Production Western Australian Community Sustained Population Growth Western Australia Food Security Population Growth Western Community Sustained Economic Growth

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