Coffee Oversupply and the Need for Managed-Trade Regimes (Mellen studies in economics 18)

Coffee Oversupply and the Need for Managed-Trade Regimes (Mellen studies in economics 18)

By: Daniel G. Acheson-Brown (author), Leonardo L. Villalon (preface_author)Hardback

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This study looks at the international coffee trade, examining how it has been impacted by worldwide supply, conflicts between consumers and producers, international regimes that employ quotas and the linkage between international security regimes led by hegemonic regional and international powers.

Contents

Can international commodity regimes work?; theories relevant to international commodity trade; when do international commodity regimes work?; the first international coffee regime, 1940-1948; it takes a hegemon to resurrect a commodity regime; change, collapse and renewal of the international coffee regime, 1963-1982; the oligopolists lose ground; the revised model in the neo-liberal climate.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780773467934
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 304
  • ID: 9780773467934
  • ISBN10: 0773467939

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