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Regulating Agriculture

  • ID: 2181509
  • Book
  • 198 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Drawing on the expertise of an internationally renowned group of authors, this monograph examines the complex political, social and institutional problems encountered by modern states seeking to manage their agricultural sectors. Using examples from regions around the globe including Scandinavia, New Zealand, China and Germany, the book delves into topics as diverse as agribusiness and corporatism, regulation of agriculture, productivist paradigms, politics of agricultural change, agricultural deregulation, retailing in a regulatory state, managed versus liberalised markets, the national politics of international trade reform and principles of the GATT agreement from the agricultural perspective.
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Changing Regulatory Orders: The Analysis of the Economic Governance of Agriculture (P. Lowe, et al.).

Agriculture and Corporatism in Scandinavia (F. Just).

Challenging the Productivist Paradigm: Organic Farming and the Politics of Agricultural Change (T. Clunies–Ross & G. Cox).

Technological Change in the Regulation of Agriculture (E. Hawkins).

Retailing, the Food System and the Regulatory State (A. Flynn, et al.).

Agricultural Deregulation: The Case of New Zealand (P. Cloke & R. Le Heron).

From State Control to a Managed or Liberalised Market: Dilemmas in the Reform of the Grain Price System in China (P. Zong).

The National Politics of International Trade Reform: The Case of Germany (G. Hendriks).

GATT, Global Regulation and the Construction of a New Hegemonic Order (P. McMichael).
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Philip Lowe
Terry Marsden
Sarah Whatmore
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