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Legal Tools to Achieve Food Security Through Public Private Partnerships: The Jordanian Case

Mohammad Abualethem Nsour

This article suggests a model to manage food reserves via Public Private Partnerships (PPP) in Jordan and underscores various modes of PPP that are used to secure a certain level of food security and the challenges that face decision makers to ensure that their countries can afford food at all times. A consistent food sector in Jordan will help in providing a coherent policy framework for countless sectors in the country which will promote private sector involvement and investment.

Mohammad Abualethem Nsour is a lawyer and associate law professor at the United Arab Emirates University (on leave from the University of Jordan). For Correspondence: <>


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