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Regulating Agriculture

Edited By: T Marsden, P Lowe and S Whatmore
208 pages
Publisher: David Fulton
Regulating Agriculture
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  • Regulating Agriculture ISBN: 9780471959328 Hardback Dec 1994 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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About this book

A wide-ranging review of agricultural issues, including technological change, agribusiness, organic alternatives, and environmental regulation.

Contents

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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Biography

The Editors Philip Lowe is Professor of Rural Economy, University of Newcastle upon Tyne Terry Marsden is Reader in the School of Geography and Earth Resources, University of Hull Sarah Whatmore is Reader in the Department of Geography, University of Bristol

Edited By: T Marsden, P Lowe and S Whatmore
208 pages
Publisher: David Fulton
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