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    Title: 經濟成長對日、臺人民飲食生活的影響
    Other Titles: The effect of economic growth to Japanese and Taiwanese dietary life
    Authors: 陳穎佳;Chen, Ying-Chia
    Contributors: 淡江大學亞洲研究所碩士班
    任燿廷;Jen, Eau-Tin
    Keywords: 所得彈性;飲食生活;產業關聯分析;糧食安全;income elasticity;dietary life;input-output analysis;food security;所得弾力性;食生活;産業連関分析;食料安全
    Date: 2012
    Issue Date: 2012-06-21 06:27:26 (UTC+8)
    Abstract:   從1960年代開始,日本與台灣相繼經歷經濟快速成長期,除了人均所得成長之外,人民的飲食習慣也出現變化。本論文將以糧食消費量所得彈性值的觀念分析日本和台灣人民飲食消費性向的變化,並以產業關聯分析觀察兩國的食品產業的供給結構變化,從供需變化中理解兩國所面對的糧食問題。
     The study used income elasticity of demand to analyze the relationship between economic growth and the change of Japanese and Taiwanese dietary life. In addition, we investigated the supply structure of food industry in both countries by input-output analysis to understand food security problems in Japan and in Taiwan.
     After calculating income elasticity of demand of both countries, the result shows that Japanese and Taiwanese dietary life has been westernized, the preference of rice has been reducing and the consumption of wheat, meat, milk and dairy products has been increasing. According to the calculation, Japanese people''s preference for meat consumption is more significant.
     By input-output analysis, it shows that rice almost do not need to rely on overseas import. In contrast, slaughtering in Japan and cereals except rice in Taiwan most need to rely on overseas import to meet demand. In addition, “diversification” and “simplification” in modern dietary life have been increasing demand for processed foods and food-service industry, and it direct and indirect promotes increasing in imported food.
     According to this study, the change of dietary life in Japan and Taiwan elevated overseas demand for food, it is the root cause of reducing food self-sufficiency ratio. If Japan and Taiwan can assure the import approach of food which they lack, and can adjust the agricultural production structure with the change of dietary life, both countries will control the food security problems effectively.
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