1993 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
His primary areas of study are Agriculture, Globalization, Politics, Political economy and International trade. His Agriculture research includes elements of Economic system, Agricultural economics and Process. His study brings together the fields of Supply chain and Globalization.
The concepts of his Politics study are interwoven with issues in Third party certification, Certification and Industrial organization. His work focuses on many connections between Political economy and other disciplines, such as Power, that overlap with his field of interest in Construct. His research in International trade intersects with topics in Agribusiness and Corporate governance.
Agriculture, Globalization, Agricultural economics, Politics and Political economy are his primary areas of study. Lawrence Busch conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Agriculture and Food safety through his research. The Globalization study combines topics in areas such as Corporate governance, International trade and Food systems.
His Corporate governance study combines topics in areas such as Accreditation and State. His International trade research incorporates elements of Agribusiness and Food security. Lawrence Busch usually deals with Political economy and limits it to topics linked to Democracy and Public administration.
Lawrence Busch mainly focuses on Agriculture, Standardization, Corporate governance, Political economy and Globalization. He interconnects International political economy, Politics, Organizational structure, Agricultural economics and Productivity in the investigation of issues within Agriculture. The study incorporates disciplines such as Conformity assessment, Public relations, Certification, Accreditation and Sanctions in addition to Corporate governance.
His Political economy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Higher education, Civil society and Democracy. The various areas that Lawrence Busch examines in his Globalization study include Global governance, International trade, Food systems and Public administration. In International trade, Lawrence Busch works on issues like Food security, which are connected to Value.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Corporate governance, International trade, Globalization, Political economy and Food safety. His studies in Corporate governance integrate themes in fields like Food prices, Economic Justice, Neoliberalism, Hegemony and Economic system. His study in International trade is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Market share and Food security.
His Food security study is concerned with Agriculture in general. His Globalization research incorporates themes from Public sector and Food systems. His research integrates issues of State, Civil society, Consequentialism and Fair trade in his study of Political economy.
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Third-party certification in the global agrifood system
Maki Hatanaka;Carmen Bain;Lawrence Busch.
Food Policy (2005)
Standards: Recipes for Reality
Global Change in Agrifood Grades and Standards: Agribusiness Strategic Responses in Developing Countries
Thomas Reardon;Jean-Marie Codron;Lawrence Busch;R. James Bingen.
The International Food and Agribusiness Management Review (1999)
New! Improved? The Transformation of the Global Agrifood System*
Lawrence Busch;Carmen Bain.
Rural Sociology (2004)
The moral economy of grades and standards
Journal of Rural Studies (2000)
Science, agriculture, and the politics of research
Lawrence M Busch;William B Lacy.
Plants, Power, and Profit: Social, Economic and Ethical Consequences of the New Biotechnologies
Lawrence Busch;William B. Lacy;Jeffrey Burkhardt;Laura R. Lacy.
Adjudicating the GM Food Wars: Science, Risk, and Democracy in World Trade Law.
David Winickoff;Sheila Jasanoff;Lawrence Busch;Robin Grove-White.
From Columbus to ConAgra: The Globalization of Agriculture and Food
Eileen Berry;Alessandro Bonanno;Lawrence Busch;William H. Friedland.
Economic Geography (1996)
Third-Party Certification in the Global Agrifood System: An Objective or Socially Mediated Governance Mechanism?
Maki Hatanaka;Lawrence Busch.
Sociologia Ruralis (2008)
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