Academic Papers

History of Fair Trade

Hockerts, K.: 2005, “The Fair Trade Story”, OIKOS Sustainability Case Collection, OIKOS Foundation for Economy and Ecology, available online at:http://cdn.fairtrade.at/fileadmin/user_upload/PDFs/Fuer_Studierende/oikos_winne r2_2005.pdf .

 

Kocken, M.: 2006, “Sixty Years of Fair Trade: A Brief History of the Fair Trade Movement”, available online at: http://www.european-fair-tradeassociation.org/efta/Doc/History.pdf .

 

Eshuis, F. and Harmsen, J. (2003) Making Trade Work for the Producers: 15 years of Fairtrade Labelled Coffee in the Netherlands, The Netherlands: Max Havelaar Foundation. Online. Available at: http://s3.amazonaws.com/zanran_storage/www.fairtrade.org.uk/ContentPages/512 54453.pdf

 

Barratt Brown, Michael. Fair Trade: Reform and Realities in the International Trading System. London: Zed Books, 1993.

 

VanderHoff Boersma, F. and N. Roozen. 2002. “L’aventure du commerce equitable.” Paris: Jean-Claude Lattés.

 

Markets, Economies, Growth and Trade 

 

Adam Smith, The Wealth of Nations, Book I CHs, 1,2,3,6,7,8. (The Chapters are very short). Available at: http://www2.hn.psu.edu/faculty/jmanis/adam-smith/wealthnations.pdf

 

Polanyi, Karl. 1957. “Chapter Four: Societies and Economic Systems”from The Great Transformation. Beacon: Boston, p. 45-57. Available at: http://inctpped.ie.ufrj.br/spiderweb/pdf_4/Great_Transformation.pdf

 

Fridell, G.: 2007, Fair Trade: The Prospects and Pitfalls of Market-Driven Social Justice (University of Toronto Press, Toronto).

 

Coffee Industry

 

Raynolds, L.T. 2000. Re-embedding Global Agriculture: The International Organic and Fair Trade Movements. Agriculture and Human Values 17(4): 297-309. Available at: http://cfat.colostate.edu/wpcontent/uploads/2014/07/RaynoldsReembedding2000.pdf

 

Raynolds, L.T.: 2009, “Mainstreaming Fair Trade Coffee: From Partnership to Traceability”, World Development. 37(6), June, 1083-1093. Available at: http://cfat.colostate.edu/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/Raynolds-2009.pdf

 

McMurtry, J.J. 2009. Ethical Value Added: Fair Trade and the Case of Café Feminino.” Journal of Business Ethics 86 (1): 27-49

 

Renard, M.-C. 2010. ‘In the Name of Conservation: CAFE Practices and Fair Trade in Mexico’, Journal of Business Ethics, 92 (Supplement 2): 287-299.

 

Jaffee, D. 2007, Brewing Justice; Fair Trade Coffee, Sustainability, and Survival (University of California Press, Berkley). Lyon, S. 2008. “We want to be equal to them: fair-trade coffee certification and gender equity within organizations”, Human Organization 67:3 , pp. 258-268.

 

Lyon, S., Bezaury, J. A., & Mutersbaugh, T. (2010). “Gender equity in fairtradeorganic coffee producer organizations: Cases from Mesoamerica. Geoforum, 41(1), 93-103. Available at: http://researcher.tools4valuechains.org/sites/default/files/documents/Lyon_Arand a_Gender%20and%20Fair%20trade%202010.pdf

 

Tallontire, A. 2000. Partnerships in Fair Trade: Reflections from a Case Study of Cafédirect.” Development in Practice 10(2): 166-177.

 

Fridell, Gavin. 2009. The Co-operative and the Corporation: Competing Visions of the Future of Fair Trade. Journal of Business Ethics 86(Supplement 1): 81-95. Low, W. and Davenport, E. 2007 ‘To Boldy Go . . . Exploring Ethical Spaces to Repoliticise Ethical Consumption and Fairtrade’, Journal of Consumer Behaviour 5: 336–48.

 

Tallontire, A. 2000. Partnerships in Fair Trade: Reflections from a Case Study of Cafédirect.” Development in Practice 10(2): 166-177.

 

Fridell, Gavin. 2009. The Co-operative and the Corporation: Competing Visions of the Future of Fair Trade. Journal of Business Ethics 86(Supplement 1): 81-95. Low, W. and Davenport, E. 2007 ‘To Boldy Go . . . Exploring Ethical Spaces to Repoliticise Ethical Consumption and Fairtrade’, Journal of Consumer Behaviour 5: 336–48.

 

Bryant, R.L., and Goodman, M.K. 2004. “Consuming narratives: the political ecology of ‘alternative’ consumption,” Transactions of the Institute of British 4 Geographers, 29(3): 344–366. Goodman, M.K. 2004: Reading fair trade: political ecological imaginary and the moral economy of fair trade foods. Political Geography 23, 891–915.

 

Renard, M.-C. and Pérez-Grovas, V. (2007) ‘Fair Trade coffee in Mexico: At the center of the debates’, in L.T. Raynolds, D. Murray and J. Wilkinson (eds), Fair Trade: The Challenges of Transforming Globalization, London and New York: Routledge.

 

Nelson, V., and B. Pound. 2009. The Last Ten Years: A Comprehensive Review of the Literature on Fair Trade Impact Studies. Greewich: National Resource Institutite (for the Fairtrade Foundation). Available at: http://www.fairtrade.net/fileadmin/user_upload/content/2009/about_us/2010_03_ NRI_Full_Literature_Review.pdf

 

Kohler, P.: 2006, “The Economics of Fair Trade: For Whose Benefit? An Investigation into the Limits of Fair Trade as a Development Tool and the Risk of Clean-Washing”, HEI Working Paper 06-2007. Available at: http://repec.graduateinstitute.ch/pdfs/Working_papers/HEIWP06-2007.pdf

 

 

Banana Industry

 

Murray, D. and L Raynolds.: 2000, “Alternative trade in bananas: Obstacles and opportunities for progressive social change in the global economy”, Agriculture and Human Values 17: 65–74.

 

Frundt, H. 2005. “Towards a Hegemonic Resolution in the Banana Trade.” International Political Science Review 26(2): 215-237.

 

Reed, D. 2009. What do Corporations have to do with Fair Trade? Positive and Normative Analysis from a Value Chain Perspective,” Journal of Business Ethics,

 

Raynolds, L.T. 2007. “Fair Trade Bananas: Broadening the Movement and Market in the United States.” In L.T. Raynolds, D. Murray, and J. Wilkinson (eds.), Fair Trade: The Challenges of Transforming Globalization, 15-32. London and New York: Routledge.

 

Striffler, S. and M. Moberg (eds).: 2003, Banana wars: power, production, and history in the Americas (Duke University Press, Durham, NC).

 

Frundt, H.: 2009, Fair Bananas : farmers, workers and consumers strive to change an industry (University of Arizona Press, Tuscon, AZ).

 

Shreck, A.: 2005, “’Resistance, Redistribution and Power in the Fair Trade Banana Initiative”, Agriculture and Human Values 22, 17-29.

 

Robinson, P. 2009. “Responsible Retailing: Regulating Fair And Ethical Trade”, Journal of International Development 21, 1015–1026.

 

Fair Trade Governance

 

Bennett, E.A. 2012. “A Short History of Fairtrade Certification Governance”, In. Brigitte Granville and Janet Dine (eds.), The Processes and Practices of Fair Trade: Trust, Ethics and Governance. London: Routledge. Available at: http://www.elizabethannebennett.com/wpcontent/uploads/2013/06/Fairtrade_history_chapter_BENNETT_2012.pdf

 

Tallontire, A. 2009. “Top Heavy? Governance Issues And Policy Decisions For The Fair Trade Movement,” Journal Of International Development 21(7):1004–1014.

 

Reed, D. (2012) “Fairtrade International (FLO)” in D Reed, P. Utting and A. Mukherjee-Reed (eds), Business Regulation and Non-State Actors: Whose Standards? Whose Development?, Abingdon UK and New York: Routledge.

 

Abbott, Kenneth and Snidal, Duncan (2009) ‘Strengthening international regulation through transnational new governance: Overcoming the orchestration deficit’, The Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law, 42: 501–78. P. Utting (2005) “Corporate responsibility and the movement of business”, Development in Practice 15 (3/4): 375-88.

 

Vogel, D. 2009. “ The Private Regulation of Global Corporate Conduct.” In Walter Mattli and Ngaire Woods, eds., The Politics of Global Regulation.” Princeton: Princeton University Press. Hutchens, A. 2009. Changing Business: The Globalization of the Fair Trade Movement, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

 

Bennett, E.A. 2013. “A Short History of Fair Trade Certification”, in B. Granville, J. Dine (eds), The Processes and Practices of Fair Trade: Trust, Ethics and Governance. Abington, UK: Routledge, pp. 43-78.

 

Anderson, M. 2015. A History of Fair Trade in Contemporary Britain: From Civil Society Campaigns to Corporate Compliance. Palgrave.

 

Gandenberger, C.; Garrelts, H.; Wehlau, D. 20111. “Assessing the effects of certifications networks on sustainable production and consumption: The cases of FLO and FSC,” Journal of Consumer Policy, 34, 107–126.

 

Chocolate

 

Doherty, B. and S. Tranchall. 2007. “Radical Mainstreaming” of Fair Trade: The Case of the Day Chocolate Company. Equal Opportunities International 26(7): 693-711.

 

New economic Group. 2006. La Siembra Co-operative. Ottawa: Co-operative Secretariat. Available at: http://www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/693.nsf/eng/00049.html

 

Cotton

 

Shaw D., Hogg B., Wilson E., Shiu e., and L. Hassan. 2006. “Fashion victim: the impact of fair trade concerns on clothing choice”, Journal of Strategic Marketing, 14:427-440.

 

Ponte, S. 2008. “Developing a “Vertical” Dimension to Chronic Poverty Research: Some Lessons from Global Value Chain Analysis.” CPRC Working Paper 111. Manchester, UK: Chronic Poverty Research Centre (CPRC).

 

Social Accounting

 

Social Accounting and Fair Trade 

 

Reed, D., A. Mukherjee, J.J. McMurtry and M. Cherkil. 2013. “Fair Trade Intermediaries and Social Accounting: The Case of Assisi Organics”, in L. Mook, ed, Social Accounting for Social Economy Organizations. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

 

 

Public Policy

 

Wilkinson, J. 2007. “Dynamics and Dilemmas of a market oriented global social movement”, Journal of Consumer Policy, 30: 219-239. Available at: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10603-007-9036-3#page-2

 

McMurtry, J.J., J. Medalye and D. Reed. 2013. “Sustainable, Ethical Trade and Fair Trade Purchasing Policies: The Case of Canadian Universities”, in L. Mook, ed, Social Accounting for Social Economy Organizations. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

 

Smith, A. 2015. “Fair trade places”, in L. Rayonlds and E. Bennett (eds), The Handbook of Research on Fair Trade. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, pp. 191- 207.

 

Cremona, M. and G. Marín Durán (2013) The International fair trade movement: actors and regulatory approaches”, in B. Granville and J. Dine (eds), The Processes and Practices of Fair Trade: Trust, Ethics and Governance. New York: Routledge, pp. 96-183.

 

Development

 

Reed, D. 2015. “Scaling the Social and Solidarity Economy: Opportunities and Limitations of Fairtrade Practice”, in P. Utting (ed), Potential and Limits of the Social and Solidarity Economy. London: Zed Books

 

Raynolds, L. and Bennett, E.A. 2015. The Handbook of Research on Fair Trade. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, pp.

 

Bacon, C, Mendez, VE, Flores Gomez, ME, Stuart, D, and SR Diaz Flores. 2008. “Are sustainable coffee certifications enough to secure farmer livelihoods? The millenium development goals and Nicaragua’s Fair Trade cooperatives,” Globalizations 5(2): 259–274. Available at: https://www.uvm.edu/giee/pubpdfs/Bacon_2008_Globalizations.pdf

 

Reed, D., and A. Mukherjee Reed. 2009a. “Partnerships for Development: Four Models of Business Involvement”, Journal of Business Ethics 90(1), May 2009, 3-37.

 

Raynolds, L.T. and M.A. Long. 2007. Fair/Alternative Trade: Historical and Empirical Dimensions. In L.T. Raynolds, D. Murray, and J. Wilkinson (eds), Fair Trade: The Challenges of Transforming Globalization, 15-32. New York: Routledge