Maki Hatanaka
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Third-party certification in the global agrifood system
M Hatanaka, C Bain, L Busch
Food policy 30 (3), 354-369, 2005
Third‐party certification in the global agrifood system: an objective or socially mediated governance mechanism?
M Hatanaka, L Busch
Sociologia ruralis 48 (1), 73-91, 2008
Governance in the global agro-food system: Backlighting the role of transnational supermarket chains
J Konefal, M Mascarenhas, M Hatanaka
Agriculture and human values 22 (3), 291-302, 2005
Certify sustainable aquaculture?
SR Bush, B Belton, D Hall, P Vandergeest, FJ Murray, S Ponte, ...
Science 341 (6150), 1067-1068, 2013
Certification, partnership, and morality in an organic shrimp network: rethinking transnational alternative agrifood networks
M Hatanaka
World Development 38 (5), 706-716, 2010
Differentiated standardization, standardized differentiation: The complexity of the global agrifood system
M Hatanaka, C Bain, L Busch
Between the local and the global, 2006
Enacting third-party certification: A case study of science and politics in organic shrimp certification
J Konefal, M Hatanaka
Journal of Rural Studies 27 (2), 125-133, 2011
The relationship of third-party certification (TPC) to sanitary/phytosanitary (SPS) measures and the international agri-food trade: Final report
L Busch, D Thiagarajan, M Hatanaka, C Bain, LG Flores, M Frahm
Development Alternatives, Inc., Washington, DC, USA, 2005
A tripartite standards regime analysis of the contested development of a sustainable agriculture standard
M Hatanaka, J Konefal, DH Constance
Agriculture and Human Values 29 (1), 65-78, 2012
Governing sustainability: examining audits and compliance in a third-party-certified organic shrimp farming project in rural Indonesia
M Hatanaka
Local Environment 15 (3), 233-244, 2010
The practice of third-party certification: enhancing environmental sustainability and social justice in the global south?
C Bain, M Hatanaka
Calculating the social, 56-74, 2010
Participatory guarantee systems: Alternative ways of defining, measuring, and assessing ‘sustainability’
A Loconto, M Hatanaka
Sociologia Ruralis 58 (2), 412-432, 2018
Standardized food governance? Reflections on the potential and limitations of chemical-free shrimp
M Hatanaka
Food policy 45, 138-145, 2014
Assessing rule-based governance mechanisms in an era of scientism
M Hatanaka
Journal of Rural Social Sciences 25 (3), 8, 2010
McSustainability and McJustice: certification, alternative food and agriculture, and social change
M Hatanaka
Sustainability 6 (11), 8092-8112, 2014
Legitimacy and standard development in multi-stakeholder initiatives: A case study of the leonardo academy’s sustainable agriculture standard initiative
M Hatanaka, J Konefal
The International Journal of Sociology of Agriculture and Food 20 (2), 155-173, 2013
Patchworks of sustainable agriculture standards and metrics in the United States
J Konefal, M Hatanaka, DH Constance
Alternative agrifood movements: Patterns of convergence and divergence, 2014
Contested sustainability discourses in the agrifood system: an overview
DH Constance
Contested sustainability discourses in the Agrifood system, 3-16, 2018
Organic certification and the rationalization of alternative food and agriculture: sustainable shrimp farming in Indonesia
M Hatanaka
Re-thinking organic food and farming in a changing world, 45-60, 2015
Multi-stakeholder initiatives and the divergent construction and implementation of sustainable agriculture in the USA
J Konefal, M Hatanaka, DH Constance
Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 34 (4), 293-303, 2019
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