The Food System Economics Commission brings together 21 commissioners and more than 60 researchers from 25 institutions to study the economics of food systems. The final report is expected to be published in Nature. New independent research will also be published in 20 peer-reviewed papers.
The Importance of Analyzing Interdependencies to Build a Healthy, Nature-Positive, and Inclusive Food System
Debbora Leip, Michael S. Crawford, Claudia Hunecke, Quitterie Collignon, Benjamin Leon Bodirsky, Franziska Gaupp, Hermann Lotze-Campen (2021) FSEC Working Paper.
Integrated Assessment Models (IAMs) can systematically incorporate potential inter-linkages between different aspects of the food system transformation and are thus well equipped to inform policymakers about potential trade-offs and synergies between interventions. In the future, inclusion aspects need to be better integrated into IAMs.