Hybridization of Food Governance
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Hybridization of Food Governance

Trends, Types and Results

Edited by Paul Verbruggen and Tetty Havinga

Modern food governance is increasingly hybrid, involving not only government, but also industry and civil society actors. This book analyzes the unfolding interplay between public and private actors in global and local food governance. How are responsibilities and risks allocated in hybrid governance arrangements, how is legitimacy ensured, and what effects do these arrangements have on industry or government practices? The expert contributors draw on law, economics, political science and sociology to discuss these questions through rich empirical cases.
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Chapter 2: Structuring private food safety governance: GLOBALGAP and the legitimating role of the state and rule intermediaries

Donal Casey

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2 Structuring private food safety governance: GLOBALGAP and the legitimating role of the state and rule intermediaries Donal Casey 1. INTRODUCTION In November 1996, quality managers and fresh produce buyers from a number of European retailers met...

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