2016 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada Academy of Social Sciences
Jennifer Clapp mostly deals with Political economy, Politics, Corporate governance, Food security and Accountability. Her study in Political economy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Policy implementation, Operations management, Policy outcomes, Global environmental analysis and Norm. Her study in the fields of International political economy under the domain of Politics overlaps with other disciplines such as Equity, Environmental change and Climate policy.
Her Corporate governance research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Sustainable development and Public administration. Her study in the field of Food systems and Food prices is also linked to topics like Relative term. As part of the same scientific family, she usually focuses on Accountability, concentrating on Environmental governance and intersecting with Economic growth, Economic policy and Promotion.
Jennifer Clapp mainly investigates Food systems, Political economy, International trade, Corporate governance and Food security. Jennifer Clapp studied Food systems and Financialization that intersect with Speculation. Her Political economy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Globalization, Environmental governance, Development economics and Environmental politics, Politics.
Her International trade research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Developing country, Food aid, Agricultural biotechnology and Negotiation. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Sustainable development and Public administration. Many of her studies involve connections with topics such as Agricultural economics and Food security.
Jennifer Clapp focuses on Natural resource economics, Food systems, Political economy, Financialization and Market economy. Her work deals with themes such as Fiscal policy and Incentive, which intersect with Natural resource economics. Her Food systems research is classified as research in Food security.
In her work, International relations is strongly intertwined with Environmental politics, which is a subfield of Political economy. Her Financialization study introduces a deeper knowledge of Finance. Her research in Market economy intersects with topics in Mergers and acquisitions, Politics, Control and Power.
Her primary areas of study are Food systems, Financialization, Food security, Political economy and Agricultural economics. Jennifer Clapp works mostly in the field of Food systems, limiting it down to topics relating to Market economy and, in certain cases, Politics, Livelihood and Shareholder. Her research on Financialization concerns the broader Finance.
She merges Food security with 2019-20 coronavirus outbreak in her study. She has included themes like Order, Environmental politics and Food policy in her Political economy study. Her work carried out in the field of Agricultural economics brings together such families of science as Natural resource economics, Structural change and Sustainable Agriculture Innovation Network.
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Paths to a Green World: The Political Economy of the Global Environment
Jennifer Clapp;Peter Dauvergne.
The Privatization of Global Environmental Governance: ISO 14000 and the Developing World
Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations (1998)
Navigating the Anthropocene: Improving Earth System Governance
F. Biermann;F. Biermann;K. Abbott;S. Andresen;Karin Bäckstrand.
Financialization, distance and global food politics
The Journal of Peasant Studies (2014)
Corporate power in global agrifood governance
Jennifer Clapp;Doris A. Fuchs.
Research Papers in Economics (2009)
Doing away with plastic shopping bags: international patterns of norm emergence and policy implementation
Jennifer Clapp;Linda Swanston.
Environmental Politics (2009)
Troubled futures? The global food crisis and the politics of agricultural derivatives regulation
Jennifer Clapp;Eric Helleiner.
Review of International Political Economy (2012)
Toxic Exports: The Transfer of Hazardous Wastes from Rich to Poor Countries
Cereal Secrets: The world’s largest grain traders and global agriculture
Sophia Murphy;David Burch;Jennifer Clapp.
Cereal secrets: the world's largest grain traders and global agriculture. (2012)
Food self-sufficiency: Making sense of it, and when it makes sense
Food Policy (2017)
Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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