The Changing Landscape of Food Governance
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The Changing Landscape of Food Governance

Public and Private Encounters

Edited by Tetty Havinga, Frans van Waarden and Donal Casey

As markets become more globalized, they have also become governed by an increasingly complex array of public and private regulation. This volume investigates the changing landscape of food governance. In so doing, the contributions to his volume provide insights into broader analytical issues that have concerned regulatory governance scholars. These include the legitimacy and effectiveness of public and private regulation, the interaction of networks of regulation, regulatory responses to crisis and the distribution of power in regulatory arrangements.
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Chapter 10: Markets regulating markets: Competitive private regulation by halal certificates

Frans van Waarden and Robin van Dalen

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10. Markets regulating markets: Competitive private regulation by halal certificates Frans van Waarden and Robin van Dalen 10.1 INTRODUCTION: THE HALAL MARKET AND THE ABSENCE OF THE STATE History abounds with market failures: asymmetric informat...

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