About The Author

Cesar Garcia-Diaz is a specialist in computational modelling of social and organisational systems, agent-based simulation, and complex systems. Assistant professor at the Universidad de los Andes (Colombia), Departamento De Ingeniería Industrial.

Market-Level Effects Of Firm-Level Adaptation And Intermediation In Networked Markets Of Fresh Foods

The increasing trend in urban population has placed food security as a major concern for creating sustainable cities. Developing countries are not the exception. Developing countries are also showing a dramatic increase of their urban centers, which will augment food access issues in the coming years, especially for the poor. Food supply chains in developing