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1 Chapter 1. Food safety standards at international level: content and economic impact.
1.1 “Multilateral governance framework for food safety regulation”, Laurian J. Unnevehr (Food Economics Division Director, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service).
1.2 “Private agrifood standards”, Linda Fulponi (Agricultural trade and markets division of the Trade and Agriculture Directorate, OECD).
1.3 “Public regulation, private standards, and market structure: recent theoretical develo... MORE
2 Chapter 2. Demand for food safety: the role of consumer behaviour.
2.1 “Consumer behaviour towards sanitary food outbreaks: an experimental approach”, Eric Giraud-Héraud (INRA, Paris) and Alexandra Seabra Pinto (INIAP, Portugal).
2.2 “Consumers’ food safety risk perception”, Klaus G. Grunert (Aarhus University, Department of Business Administration).
3 Chapter 3. Food safety regulations in emerging and developing countries
3.1 “Impact of Food safety standards on organization structure of production system in developing countries: Evidence from Senegal”, Jo Swinnen (Professor of Development Economics, K.U. Leuven).
3.2 “Food safety regulation in Turkey”, Sedef Akgungor (Professor, Dokuz Eylul University, Faculty of Business, Department of Economics).
3.3 “Food Safety regulation, and private standards in China”, Helen H. Jensen (Iowa State University).
4 Chapter 4. Food safety standards and export supply chain organization
4.1 “Dynamics of buyers’ requirements and impact on developing countries’ export supply chains”, Spencer Henson (Full Professor in food economics, University of Guelph, member of the International Food Economy Research group).
4.2 “Food safety standards and international trade: structure, organization, and strategies of developing countries’ export supply chains”, Tsunehiro Otsuki (Osaka School of International Public Policy, Osaka University).
5 Chapter 5. The role of global agrifood supply chains’ strategies.
5.1 “Food safety governance by global retailers: supply chain structures and strategies for food safety”, Tetty Havinga (Associate Professor at the Institute for the Sociology of Law of the Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands).
5.2 “The role of supermarkets in the improvement of food quality in developing countries”, Thomas Reardon (Professor in the Department of Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics at Michigan State University).
5.3 “The control of sanitary risk associated with developed countries’ imports: the role of importers”, Elodie Rouvière (Maître de Conférences AgroParisTech, Montpellier) and Karine Latouche (INRA, Nantes).
General Conclusions (Editors)