Table of contents for Beyond free trade : alternative approaches to trade, politics and power / edited by Kate Ervine, Gavin Fridell.


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1. Introduction: Beyond Free Trade; Kate Ervine and Gavin Fridell PART I: HISTORICIZING TRADE 2. Trade History: From the Tree to the Futures Market, the Historical Process of Coffee Commodification, 1500-Today; Steven Topik 3. Food Regimes and Food Import Dependence: An Analysis of Jamaica's Food Imports, 1950-2000; John Talbot 4. Historicising Trade Preferences and Development: The Case of the ACP-EU Canned Tuna Preference; Liam Campling PART II: POLITICIZING TRADE: SHIFTING ALLIANCES AND NEW TRENDS 5. Regional Trading Agreements, the Geopolitics of China's Rise, and Development in East Asia; Paul Bowles 6. The New Chinese Presence in the Caribbean: Towards a Global Understanding; Cecilia Green 7. The New Geoeconomics of Capital in Latin America: Alternative Trade and Development in an Era of Extractive Capitalism; Henry Veltmeyer 8. Canada, Extractivism, and Hemispheric Relations; Ricardo Grinspun and Jennifer Mills 9. The Commodities Boom in South America: A Case of Regressive Restructuring?; James M. Cypher 10. Trading on the Offshore: Territorialization and the Ocean Grab in the International Seabed; Anna Zalik PART III: TRADING FOR CHANGE? 11. Can Shopping Change the World?: Fair Trade Social Premiums and Neoliberal Development in the Global Recession; Mark Moberg 12. On the Margins of the Rising South: ALBA and Petrocaribe in the Caribbean; Gavin Fridell 13. South American Post-neoliberalism and External Imbalances: The Case of Argentina, 2003-2014; Ruth Felder 14. Trading Carbon: Offsets, Human Rights, and Environmental Regulation; Kate Ervine 15. The Resilience of Forced Labour in Global Production and Trade; Nicola Phillips CONCLUSION 16. Trade Policy and Politics: From Comparative Advantage to Trade Gamble; Gavin Fridell and Kate Ervine


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Commerce -- Philosophy.
Commerce -- Political aspects.
Commerce -- Social aspects.
Commerce -- Philosophy. -- fast -- (OCoLC)fst00869306
Commerce -- Political aspects. -- fast -- (OCoLC)fst00869307
Commerce -- Social aspects. -- fast -- (OCoLC)fst00869311