食品貿易のグローバル化、消費者需要と品質<br>Global Food Trade and Consumer Demand for Quality

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食品貿易のグローバル化、消費者需要と品質
Global Food Trade and Consumer Demand for Quality

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 251 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780306467547
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基本説明

Examines the role of both private firm strategies and public policy in facilitating consumer choice and free trade.

Full Description

Consumers have always been concerned about the quality, and particularly the safety, of the foods they eat. In recent years this concern has taken on additional prominence. Consumer focus on food safety has been sharpened by reports about new risks, such as that posed by "mad cow" disease, and about more familiar sources of risk, such as food­ borne pathogens, pesticides, and hormones. At the same time, some consumers are in­ creasingly interested in knowing more about how their food is produced and in selecting products based on production practices. Some of the questions consumers are asking in­ clude whether food is produced with the use of modern biotechnology, whether it is or­ ganically produced, how animals are treated in meat and egg production systems, and whether food is produced using traditional methods. Recent trends also show increased consumer demand for a variety of food products that are fresh, tasty, and available on a year-round basis. This has fostered increased global trade in food. For example, consumers in temperate climates such as North America are able to buy raspberries throughout the year, and Europeans can enjoy South American coffee. Trade in processed food products is actually increasing more rapidly than trade in agricultural commodities, further addressing the demand for variety among consumers.

Contents

Section I: Overview and Conceptual Foundation. 1. Issues in Demand for Quality and Trade; J.-C. Bureau, et al. 2. A Great Transformation in World Trade Law: Can The WTO Stay Afloat? D.G. Victor, R.U. Weiner. 3. Unifying Two Frameworks for Analyzing Quality and Quality Assurance for Food Products; J.A. Caswell, et al. 4. LDC Food Exports and Food Safety Standards in High-Income Countries: What Role for the Public Sector in Overcoming Barriers to Trade? L.J. Unnevehr. Section II: Case Studies. 5. Potential Implications of Animal Welfare Concerns and Public Policies in Industrialized Countries for International Trade; D. Blandford, et al. 6. Response to a Food Safety Problems in Produce: A Case Study of a Cyclosporiasis Outbreak; L. Calvin, et al. 7. A Case Study of Beef Production Andexportin Uruguay; M.I. Marshall. Section III: Specific Issues and Methodological Challenges. 8. Product Differentiation, Sanitary Barriers, and Arbitrage in World Poultry Markets; D. Orden, et al. 9. Price Policies and the Domestic and International Distribution of Commodity Quality: Theory and Application to EU Wheat; J.M. Alston, J.S. James. 10. The Impacts of Labeling on Trade in Goods that may be Vertically Differentiated According to Quality; B. Roe, I. Sheldon. 11. Labeling Biotech Foods: Implications for Consumer Welfare and Trade; E. Golan, F. Kuchler. 12. Consumer Effects of Harmonizing International Standards for Trade in Organic Foods; L. Lohr, B. Krissoff. 13. The Public Provision of Information: A Welfare Analysis of European Products with Geographical Indications and Products with Designations of Origin; A.M. Zago, D. Pick. Index.