GNPPCGross National Product Per Capita
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Although the logic of a positive correlation between GNPPC and DFI seems to be compelling, the data examined do not permit a rejection of the null hypothesis that none exists at an acceptable level of significance.
To minimize scale effects in these aggregate food demand variables (such as, large versus small countries), we use population density (PopDen), agricultural exports per hectare of arable land (AgExports1) or per capita (AgExports2) - see note at bottom of Table 1, and gross national product per capita (gnppc).
GNPpc is GNP per capita of the country; N is the population number of the country.