On Feeding the Masses - 
      John K. Yasuda

On Feeding the Masses

An Anatomy of Regulatory Failure in China

Pressures emanating from China's scale, regulatory politics, and need to feed itself has led to its decade's long food safety crisis. Les mer
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Pressures emanating from China's scale, regulatory politics, and need to feed itself has led to its decade's long food safety crisis.
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Forlag: Cambridge University Press
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 278
ISBN: 9781316648971
Format: 23 x 15 cm
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1. Food safety and China's scale problem; 2. Revisiting scale; 3. On feeding the masses; 4. The export sector: the heavy hand of direct control; 5. CSA markets: 'I don't sell vegetables, I sell trust'; 6. Failed state policies: scale and its discontents; 7. Co-regulatory initiatives: China's big, small farmer problem; 8. Scaling-down: moving from global to the local; 9. Scaling-up: from local experiments to national solutions?; 10. The scale politics of regulatory giants compared; 11. Parting thoughts on scale; Appendix; References; Bibliography.
John K. Yasuda is Assistant Professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures at Indiana University, Bloomington. Yasuda's research includes the study of regulatory reform in China, governance, and the politics of regulatory failure. He has published in the China Quarterly, the Journal of Politics, and Regulation and Governance. Yasuda has commented on food safety issues for The Guardian, The New York Times, and China Dialogue. Research for On Feeding the Masses was supported by the Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Award, the NSEP Boren Fellowship, and the National Science Foundation. He received his Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of California, Berkeley, and his M.Phil. from the University of Oxford.