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Thesis Title: 
Agri-food Globalisation and Rural Transformation in Chile: Smallholder Livelihoods in the Global Value Chain for Raspberries
Year of Degree: 
2010

Current research is concerned with the governance of social and environmental sustainability in global value chains. This is explored through work on the political economy of social and environmental standards and labelling, and investigation of global value chains for both high-value niche products and bulk agro-industrial commodities. A broad theoretical/methodological area of interest is in integrating GVC and rural livelihoods approaches for an improved understanding of agri-food globalisation and uneven development.

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Relevant GVC Publications