fair trade: the challenges of transforming globalization

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Message  Aurélie CARIMENTRAND le Jeu 29 Mar - 16:37

En avant première je vous annonce la sortie prochaine d'un ouvrage co-édité par laura raynolds, douglas murray et john wilkinson
j'ai l'honneur d'être co-auteur avec zina caceres et john wilkinson du chapitre sur le quinoa équitable

http://www.colostate.edu/Depts/Sociology/cfats/pdf/Book%20Blurb%20and%20table%20of%20contents.pdf

ce livre est issu du projet "Broadening and Deepening the Impact of Fair Trade"
je n'arrive pas à copier la table des matières, je vous la poste plus tard!

les autres projets du centre for fair & alternative trade studies (université du colorado) sont aussi très intéressants

http://www.colostate.edu/Depts/Sociology/cfats/projects.html#1

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Message  Aurélie CARIMENTRAND le Sam 7 Avr - 17:51

Forthcoming. Laura T. Raynolds, Douglas L. Murray, and John Wilkinson (Editors).
FAIR TRADE: THE CHALLENGES OF TRANSFORMING GLOBALIZATION
London and New York: Routledge Press.
ISBN# 0415772036
This book explores the forces that are shaping Fair Trade, one of the most dynamic
contemporary movements seeking to enhance global social justice and environmental
sustainability through market based social change. Fair Trade links food consumers and
agricultural producers across the Global North / South divide and, as this book
demonstrates, lies at the heart of key efforts to reshape the global economy. In market
arenas, Fair Trade is linked to other certification, labeling, and corporate social
responsibility efforts; in movement arenas, Fair Trade is aligned to a range of alternative
globalization and trade justice efforts. This book reveals the challenges Fair Trade faces
in its effort to transform globalization, emphasizing the inherent tensions in working both
in, and against, the market. The volume explores Fair Trade’s recent rapid growth into
new production regions, market arenas, and commodity areas through studies of Europe,
North America, Africa, and Latin America undertaken by prominent scholars in each
region. The authors draw on and advance global commodity and value chain analysis,
convention, and social movement approaches in these case studies and a series of
synthetic analytical chapters. Pressures for both more radical and more moderate
approaches intertwine with the movement’s historical vision, reshaping Fair Trade’s
priorities and efforts in the Global North and South.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION I: INTRODUCTION
Ch.1 – Globalization and its Antinomies: Negotiating a Fair Trade Movement
By: Douglas L. Murray and Laura T. Raynolds
Ch. 2 – Fair / Alternative Trade: Historical and Empirical Dimensions
By: Laura T. Raynolds and Michael A. Long
Ch. 3 – Fair Trade in the Agriculture and Food Sector: Analytical Dimensions
By: Laura T. Raynolds and John Wilkinson
SECTION II: FAIR TRADE IN THE GLOBAL NORTH
Ch. 4 – Northern Social Movements and Fair Trade
By: Stephanie Barrientos, Michael E. Conroy and Elaine Jones
Ch. 5 – Fair Trade Bananas: Broadening the Movement and Market in the United States
By: Laura T. Raynolds
Ch. 6 – Fair Trade Coffee in the U.S.: Why Companies Join the Movement
By: Ann Grodnik and Michael E. ConroyCh. 7 – Mainstreaming Fair Trade in Global Production Networks: Own Brand Fruit and
Chocolate in UK Supermarkets
By: Stephanie Barrientos and Sally Smith
SECTION III: FAIR TRADE IN THE GLOBAL SOUTH
Ch. 8 – Fair Trade in the Global South
By: John Wilkinson and Gilberto Mascarenhas
Ch. 9 – Fair Trade Coffee in Mexico: At the Center of the Debates
By: Marie-Christine Renard and Victor Pérez-Grovas
Ch. 10 – The Making of the Fair Trade Movement in the South – The Brazilian Case
By: John Wilkinson and Gilberto Mascarenhas
Ch. 11 – Fair Trade and Quinoa from the Southern Bolivian Altiplano
By: Zina Cáceres, Aurelie Carimentrand and John Wilkinson
Ch. 12 - Reconstructing Fairness: Fair Trade Conventions and Worker Empowerment in
South African Horticulture
By: Sandra Kruger and Andries du Toit
SECTION IV: FAIR TRADE AS AN EMERGING GLOBAL MOVEMENT
Ch. 13 – Fair Trade: Contemporary Challenges and Future Prospects
By Laura T. Raynolds and Douglas L. Murray
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