Tennent, Rebeka; Lockie, Stewart
Retailer-led food standards are playing an increasingly important role in determining market access globally. These standards are generally interpreted as a mechanism by which retailers have increased their capacity to co-ordinate and control upstream actors, including farmers and processors. Taking an actor-oriented approach to determine the various ways in which a group of farmers respond to retailer-led standards, this study presents empirical detail on the impacts of compliance with...[Show more]
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