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Food Safety, Market Organization, Trade and Development

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Beschreibung

This book provides an economic perspective on the effects of food safety standards on international trade. Focusing on food safety regulation at an international level and private food safety standards, the authors use contemporary methodologies to analyze supply chain structures and organization as well as food-chain actors' strategies. They also evaluate the effects of these on both consumer health and developing countries' access to international markets. The book provides ideas, suggestions and policy recommendations for reconciling economic interests with consumer health, which will be of special interest to academics as well as to practitioners.


Autorentext

Abdelhakim Hammoudi holds a PhD in economics from "Ecole des Pont Paris Tech". He taught microeconomic theory and industrial economics at the University of Paris II and many universities and business schools. He is currently a researcher at the French National Institute for Agricultural Research. His research interests focus on the economics of quality, supply chains' organization and development. He worked with different organizations such as the French Agency for Development (AFD), FAO, the European Parliament.

Cristina Grazia holds PhD in Agrifood Economics from the University of Bologna. She ist currently a researcher in the Department of Agrifood Science and Technologies at the University of Bologna. Her research deals with agrifood supply chain organization, food quality standards and international trade.

Yves Surry is a Professor of agricultural policy and international trade in the Department of Economics at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden. He holds PhD from the University of Guelph, Canada. His research, teaching and outreach focus on the modelling and analysis of agrifood sectors and markets, and the evaluation of agricultural and trade policies.

Jean-Baptiste Traversac is Engineer at the INRA Paris. He holds his PhD thesis from the University of Burgundy in the impact of institutional arrangement on the governance of the food supply chains. His research interests embrace the role of the mandatory programs on the regulation of food markets and short chain delivery by farmers i.e. producer strategies for diversification and consumer access.



Inhalt

Introduction: Food Safety, Trade and Development: The Role of Supply Chain Organization.- 1 The Multilateral Governance Framework for Food Safety. A Critical and Normative Overview.- 2 Overview of Food Safety Standards.- 3 Retail Driven Food Safety Regulation.- 4 Liability Rules, Inspection Systems, and Retailers' Strategies for Food Import Safety.- 5 Consumers' Behaviour Towards Food Safety: A Litterature Review.- 6 The Role of Food Standards in Trade and Development.- 7 Food Safety Standards and International Trade: The Impact on Developing Countries' Export Performance.- 8 Food Safety Regulation and Private Standards in China.- 9 The Impact of Private Food Standards on Trade and Development: Evidence from Peru.- 10 Food Standards, Smallholder Farmers and Participation in High Value Fresh Export Markets.- 11 Fresh Produce Regulation and Private Standards in Turkey: Implications for Export Markets.- Conclusion.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Food Safety, Market Organization, Trade and Development
Editor:
EAN: 9783319152264
ISBN: 978-3-319-15226-4
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Springer, Berlin
Genre: Wirtschaft
Anzahl Seiten: 254
Gewicht: g
Größe: H18mm x B244mm x T164mm
Jahr: 2015
Auflage: 2015