Global advances in technology, healthcare and education mean that we are living in the
most sophisticated world we have ever known.
However, one in nine of us still do not have enough to eat.
In light of World Hunger Day, Wiley have brought together a collection of new
innovative research that spans across the social science and humanities divisions. |
The research helps to highlight the impact of chronic hunger, and explores the ethics,
policies and economics behind it. All content is freely available until 31 December.