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Alpermann, Björn

The Political Economy of Agro-Food Markets in China

Alpermann, Björn - The Political Economy of Agro-Food Markets in China, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Agro-Food Markets in China in Light of Economic Sociology
Louis Augustin-Jean, Björn Alpermann

Part I. The Theoretical Foundations of Agro-Food Markets

2. Markets as Political Institutions
Andy Smith

3. An Approach to Food Quality in China: An Agenda for Future Research
Louis Augustin-Jean

Part II. From Producers to Consumers: The Market for Food Products

4. Post-Reform Grain Markets and Prices in China
Gregory Veeck

5. China’s Sugar under Globalization Forces: Market Structures and State Decision Making in the Context of Liberalization
Louis Augustin-Jean

6. A Diachronic Analysis of the Beef Industry
Colin Brown, Scott Waldron, John W. Longworth

7. Understanding the Growth and the Decline of Small-Farm Production in the Swine Industry of Guangdong Province and in China from 1980 to 2010
Véronique Chin

Part III. From Farm to Factory: Fibres and Biofuels

8. China’s Cotton Market as a Strategic Action Field
Björn Alpermann

9. Drivers and Dynamics of the Chinese Wool Market
Colin G. Brown, Scott A. Waldron, John W. Longworth

10. Development of Contract Farming in Chinese Sericulture and the Silk Industry
Hui Ni, Shuji Hisano

11. Growth, Globalization and Upgrading of the Chinese Cashmere Industry
Scott A. Waldron, Colin A. Brown, Adam M. Komarek

12. Fuels for the Future? The Emerging Architecture in China’s Liquid Biofuels Market
Jörgen Delman, Yu Wang

13. Conclusion: Economic Sociology and the Political Economy of China’s Agro-food Markets
Björn Alpermann, Louis Augustin-Jean

Keywords: Economics, Regional/Spatial Science, Economic History, Development Economics, Economic Policy, International Economics, Sustainable Development

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2014
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
345 pages
Category
Economy
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137277954
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-44747-3

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