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GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAINS, STANDARDS, AND THE POOR How the Globalization of Food Systems and Standards Affects Rural Development and Poverty CONTENTS 1. Introduction By Johan F.M. Swinnen (K.U.Leuven) PART I - GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAINS AND STANDARDS 2. The Globalization of Private Standards and the Agro-food System By Linda Fulponi (OECD) 3. Public and Private Food Quality Standards: Recent Trends and Strategic Incentives By Jill J. McCluskey (Washington State University) 4. The Costs and Benefits of Compliance with Food Safety Standards for Exports by Developing Countries: The Case of Fish and Fishery Products By Spencer Henson (University Guelph) and Steven Jaffee (The World Bank) 5. The Dynamics of Vertical Coordination in Agri-Food Supply Chains in Transition Countries By Johan F.M. Swinnen (K.U.Leuven) 6. Trade Liberalization and Rent Distribution in Vertically-Related Markets By Steve McCorriston (University of Exeter) and Ian Sheldon (Ohio State University) 7. Contracting, Competition, and Rent Distribution in Supply Chains: Theory and empirical evidence from Central Asia By Johan Swinnen (K.U.Leuven), Marc Sadler (World Bank) and Anneleen Vandeplas (K.U.Leuven) PART II -- EMPIRICAL STUDIES ON CHANGES AND EFFECTS ASIA 8. Growth in high-value agriculture in Asia and the emergence of vertical links with farmers By Ashok Gulati (IFPRI), Nicholas Minot (IFPRI), Chris Delgado (World Bank), and Saswati Bora (IFPRI) 9. Small Traders and Small Farmers: The Small Engines Driving China's Giant Boom in Horticulture By Xiaoxia Dong (Chinese Academy of Sciences), Honglin Wang (Michigan State University), Scott Rozelle (University of California at Davis), Jikun Huang (Chinese Academy of Sciences), and Thomas Reardon (Michigan State University). 10. Quality Control and the marketing of non-staple crops in India By Marcel Fafchamps (University of Oxford), Ruth Vargas-Hill (World Bank) and Bart Minten LATIN AMERICA 11. Supermarkets and Small Horticultural Product Farmers in Central America By Julio Berdegu¿ (RIMISP), Thomas Reardon (MSU), Fernando Balsevich (MSU), Luis Flores (MSU), and Ricardo Hern ndez (MSU) AFRICA 12. Global supply chains, poverty and the environment: Evidence from Madagascar By Bart Minten (?), Lalaina Randrianarison (?) and Johan Swinnen (K.U.Leuven) 13. High-value supply chains, food standards and rural households in Senegal. By Miet Maertens (K.U.Leuven), Liesbeth Dries (K.U.Leuven), Fid¿le A. Dedehouanou (CREA), Johan Swinnen (K.U.Leuven) THE FORMER SOVIET UNION 14. Transformation and contracting in the supply chains of the former Soviet Union: Evidence from Armenia, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine, and Russia By Matthew Gorton (University of Newcastle) and John White (University of Southampton) 15. Vertical Integration in Russian Agriculture By Eugenia Serova (AFE) CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE 16. Restructuring market relations in food and agriculture of Central Eastern Europe: Impacts upon small farmers By Csaba Csaki and Csaba Forgacs (Corvinus University of Budapest) 17. The impact of retail investments in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland and the Russian Federation By Liesbeth Dries (K.U.Leuven), Thomas Reardon (MSU), and Elke Van Kerckhove (K.U.Leuven) 18. Vertical coordination in the dairy sector : A comparative analysis of Romania and Slovakia By Siemen van Berkum (LEI-Wageningen) PART III - THE POLICY AGENDA 19. Global supply chains, standards and the poor: Implications for government policy and international organizations By Johan F.M. Swinnen and Miet Maertens (K.U.Leuven) 20. The role of the public and private sector in commercializing small farms and reducing transaction costs By Prabhu Pingali, Yasmeen Khwaja, and Madelon Meijer (FAO) 21. Building capacity for compliance with evolving food safety and agricultural health standards By Kees van der Meer (The World Bank) 22. Public Sector Initiatives to Facilitate Small Farmer Access to International Marketing Chains: Lessons from Marketing Assistance Programs in Armenia By Hamish Gow (University of Illinois) and Jack Cocks (Abacus Bio Limited)
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Nutrition policy -- Developing countries.
Food industry and trade -- Developing countries.
Globalization -- Developing countries.
Business logistics -- Developing countries.