Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 307-328) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
part Part I Exploring the Anatomy of the Food Crisis chapter 1 The Anatomy of the Food Crisis: Regulating the Risk Geographies of Agri-Food in the 21st Century chapter 2 Handling Biosecurity Risk: The Foot and Mouth Outbreak 2001 chapter 3 Genetic Disorders: Resistance, Regulation and GM Food and Feed part Part II The Evolving Hybrid Model chapter 4 State Failures and Failures of the State chapter 5 A New Regulatory Terrain: The Emerging Public/Private Model in Europe chapter 6 Building Relationships in a New Phase of Contested Accountability in the UK: Incorporating the New Public-Private Model of Food Regulation part Part III Operating the Hybrid Model: Case Studies of Regulatory Supply Chains chapter 7 The Cutting Edge of Retail Grocery Competition: The Case of the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Supply Chain chapter 8 The Operation of the Hybrid Model: The Case of Red Meat part Part IV Key Contemporary Dynamics of Regulation chapter 9 The New Institutional Fabric: The Public Management of Food Risks chapter 10 Food Risk and Precaution: The Precautionary Principle in Practice chapter 11 From Europeanisation to Globalisation of the Public-Private Model of Food Regulation chapter 12 Conclusions: Continuities and Challenges.