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Adopting a 'global value chain' approach, Value ChainStruggles investigates the impact of new trading arrangementsin the coffee and tea sectors on the lives and in the communitiesof growers in South India. * Offers a timely analysis of the social hardships of tea andcoffee producers * Takes the reader into the lives of growers in Southern Indiawho are struggling with issues of value chain restructuring * Reveals the ways that the restructuring triggers a series ofpolitical and economic struggles across a range of economic,social, and environmental arenas * Puts into perspective claims about…mehr

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Adopting a 'global value chain' approach, Value ChainStruggles investigates the impact of new trading arrangementsin the coffee and tea sectors on the lives and in the communitiesof growers in South India. * Offers a timely analysis of the social hardships of tea andcoffee producers * Takes the reader into the lives of growers in Southern Indiawho are struggling with issues of value chain restructuring * Reveals the ways that the restructuring triggers a series ofpolitical and economic struggles across a range of economic,social, and environmental arenas * Puts into perspective claims about the impacts of recentchanges to global trading relations on rural producers indeveloping countries

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  • Verlag: John Wiley & Sons
  • Seitenzahl: 320
  • Erscheinungstermin: 26.07.2011
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781444355444
  • Artikelnr.: 38306544
Autorenporträt
Jeff Neilson maintains primary research interests in ruraldevelopment and environmental issues across various Asiancountries. He completed his PhD with a study of the Indonesiancoffee industry, has authored twelve refereed publications, and hasworked as a consultant to various international developmentagencies. Dr Neilson is currently employed as a post-doctoralresearch fellow in geography at the University of Sydney,Australia. Bill Pritchard is an Economic Geographer whose researchhas focused on global change in agriculture, food and rural places.He has authored two books, edited four others, and written morethan forty refereed publications. He is an active member and formerconvener of the Australia & New Zealand Agri-Food ResearchNetwork, a member of the Australian Research Council ResearchNetwork on Spatially Integrated Social Sciences, and SteeringCommittee Member of the International Geographical Union Commissionon the Dynamics of Economic Spaces.
Inhaltsangabe
1. Introduction

2. Re-inserting Place and Institutions within Global Value ChainAnalysis

3. How to Make a (South Indian) Cup of Tea or Coffee

4. The Institutional Environment of South Indian Tea and CoffeeIndustries

5. Struggles Over Labor and Livelihoods

6. Struggles over Environmental Governance in the Coffee Forestsof Kodagu

7. Smallholder Engagement in Global Value Chains: Initiatives inthe Nilgiris

8. Making a Living in the Global Economy: InstitutionalEnvironments and Value Chain Upgrading

9. Conclusion: What we Brewed
Rezensionen
"Extremely well written, clearly argued and nicely illustrated,this book offers a wonderfully detailed case study of tea andcoffee cultivation in South India - in all its multi-scalarinstitutional and regulatory contexts - and yet also speakspowerfully to a variety of wider theoretical issues concerningglobal value chains, global private regulation, and ethical andsustainable production schemes."
-Neil Coe, University of Manchester

"This book gets to the roots of new trading arrangements in thecoffee and tea sectors which affect the lives of struggling growersin South India. Adoption of a meaningful global value chainapproach that links production, trade and consumption is the uniquefeature of this book. Arrays of issues including history,geography, politics and culture at local, regional and nationallevels have been covered. It is certainly a valuable, scholarly andpolicy contribution."
-P. G. Chengappa, Vice Chancellor, Universityof Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore, India