Part I. The Food and Agricultural Marketing System Overview.- 1. Evolution of Agricultural and Food Markets, Policies and Programs-Walter J. Armbruster, President Emeritus, Farm Foundation; and Ronald D. Knutson, Regents Professor Emeritus, Texas A&M University.- 2. Expectations and Realities of the Food System-Jean Kinsey, Professor, University of Minnesota.- 3. History of Government's Role in the Food and Agricultural Marketing System-Richard G. Heifner, UDSA Economic Research Service, Retired. Part II. Market Structure, the Supply Chain and Marketing Orders.- 4. Market Structure and Competition Policy--Walter J. Armbruster, President Emeritus, Farm Foundation.- 5. Managing the Supply Chain through Contracts and Cooperatives-Ronald D. Knutson, Regents Professor Emeritus, Texas A&M University; Robert Cropp, Professor Emeritus, University of Wisconsin.- 6. Federal and State Marketing Orders-Mechel Paggi, Director, Center for Agricultural Business, California State University Fresno; and Charles F. Nicholson, Professor, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.- 7. U.S. Generic Advertising and Promotion Programs-John M. Crespi, Professor and Director of Graduate Studies, Kansas State University: and Richard D. Sexton, Professor, University of California Davis.- 8. U.S. Export Market Development Programs-Shida Henneberry, Regents Professor, Oklahoma State University. Part III. Food Quality Standards, Food Safety, Border Inspection and Invasive Pests.- 9. Challenges in Choosing the Mix of Public and Private Standards for Food Quality Assurance-Julie Caswell, Professor and Department Head, University of Massachusetts Amherst.- 10. Food Safety and Traceability-Diogo M. Souza-Monteiro, Lecturer, University of Kent, UK; and Neal Hooker, Professor, The Ohio State University.- 11. Quality Assurance for Imports and Trade-William Nganje, Associate Professor, Arizona State University.- 12. Non-native Pest Prevention and Control: The Role of Government Interventions and their Impact on Efficiency-Dannele Peck, Assistant Professor, University of Wyoming. Part IV. Market and Consumer Information, Risk Management.- 13. Consumer Information and Labeling-Jayson Lusk, Professor and Willard Sparks Endowed Chair, Oklahoma State University.- 14. The Policy of Risk Management-Matthew Roberts, Associate Professor, The Ohio State University. Part V. Societal Issues.- 15. Local Food, Organics, and Sustainability-Dawn D. Thilmany McFadden, Professor, Colorado State University.- 16. Agricultural Biotechnology Issues-Michael Phillips, PhD, Technology Policy Consultant.- 17. Humane Treatment of Farm Animals-David Blandford, Professor, Pennsylvania State University. Part. VI. Challenges and Opportunities.- 18. Program Challenges and Future Opportunities-Walter J. Armbruster, President Emeritus, Farm Foundation; and Ronald D. Knutson, Regents Professor Emeritus, Texas A&M University.- Glossary of Agencies, Programs and Organizations.- Index.
Über den Autor
Dr. Alexander Krauss, World Bank
This book discusses the increased scope, complexity and globalization of markets, the changes in technology behind this, and the need for policy and program adjustments. Also discusses the development of supply chains both domestically and globally.
Identifies the many public sector programs and institutions affecting food and agricultural marketing
Examines the increased scope, complexity, and globalization of agriculture markets
Investigates the safety of the food supply, from both domestic and international sources, from farm to consumption