Food Production in UK Law

  • Food Policy, Food Production, and Hunger in Sub-Saharan Africa: Retrospect and Prospect
    • Núm. 41-4, December 1986
    • International Journal
  • Cost-sharing models for green product production and marketing in a food supply chain
    • Núm. 118-4, May 2018
    • Industrial Management & Data Systems
    • 654-682
    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to explore the coordination mechanism of cost sharing for green food production and marketing between a food producer and a supplier who both contribute to the...
  • The Globalization and Re‐localization of Material Flows: Four Phases of Food Regulation
    • Núm. 36-1, March 2009
    • Journal of Law and Society
    Over three phases of regulation, the paper traces a narrow range of regulatory interest in food, focusing largely on food safety and the handling of periodic food crises. We suggest that these cris...
    ......We suggest that these crises were early indications of the problems in sustaining increasingly unsustain- able modes of food production through global supply chains and that United Kingdom/EU regulation acted in part as a palliative, cloaking the wider systemic disorders. We go on to ......
  • Rituals of fun and mischief: the case of the Swedish meatpackers
    • Núm. 31-6, October 2009
    • Employee Relations
    • 632-647
    Purpose: This article seeks to analyse rituals of humour and joking practices among two groups of meatpacking workers, to better understand the organic dynamics of workplace fun. Design/methodolog...
    ...... study of two groups of meatpackingworkers within a Swedish food preparation company. Data were collected using multiple methodsincluding ... and analysis of organic workplace humourin a contemporary food production setting and offers a typology of joking practices.Keywords ......
  • Corporate harm and embedded labour exploitation in agri-food supply networks
    • Núm. 17-1, January 2020
    • European Journal of Criminology
    Harm facilitated by corporations has received increased attention in recent years. However, corporate crime and harm remain under-researched themes in relation to labour exploitation, in both theor...
    ......Criminological analyses of food production and contemporary markets more widely can begin to address the systemic challenges of harmful labour practices, in both domestic and global supply ......
  • KrishiKosh: an institutional repository of National Agricultural Research System in India
    • Núm. 35-4/5, June 2014
    • Library Management
    • 345-354
    Purpose: – The purpose of this paper is to provide online access to valuable resource, i.e., rare books, institutional publications, historical reports, theses, success stories, etc. to the researc...
    ...... in agriculture and allied sectors toachieve self-sufficiency in food production.Social implications – While the population of the country is ......
  • This time is different! Or is it? NeoMalthusians and environmental optimists in the age of climate change
    • Núm. 58-1, January 2021
    • Journal of Peace Research
    Warning about dire effects of climate change on armed conflict is a recent variation of a scenario that has been promoted by environmental pessimists for over two centuries. The essence is that hum...
    ...... the argument: first, the original Malthusian thesis that focused on food production. Second, the broader neoMalthusian concern from the 1970s about ......
  • Collaboration in a distributed research program. Islands of intensity in a sea of minimal interaction
    • Núm. 75-2, March 2019
    • Journal of Documentation
    • 334-348
    Purpose: Researchers need to collaborate to address grand challenges such as climate change, poverty and sustainable food production. The purpose of this paper is to investigate how the researchers...
    ...... grand challenges such as climate change, poverty andsustainable food production. The purpose of this paper is to investigate how the ......
  • Good governance and market-based reforms: a study of Bangladesh
    • Núm. 71-4, December 2005
    • International Review of Administrative Sciences
    ‘Good governance’ is increasingly regarded as pivotal to development in developing countries. The six indicators recognized as the most effective measurement tools o...
    ......The reforms have been associated with increased food grain produc- tion, improved food security conditions and easy access by ... the reforms have been successful in increasing food grain production, and access to inputs by farmers as discussed later, more recently the ......
  • Agrarian reforms and the African Green Revolution
    • Núm. 9-4, October 2012
    • World Journal of Science, Technology and Sustainable Development
    • 301-316
    Purpose: – Agricultural intensification is central to the Green Revolution (GR) programme. This initiative, which dates back to the early 1940s, revolves around the development of high-yielding and...
    ...... seed varieties that aims at bringing about efficient and secure food production.The purpose of this paper is to present a brief genesis and ......
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