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The Changing Roles of Actors and Agency in Agri-Food Governance Systems

Environmental Policy
 
European Union
 
Governance
 
Policy-Making
 
Panel Number
P433
Panel Chairs
Gerard Breeman
Departments of Political Science and Public Administration, Universiteit Leiden
Anna Wrobel
University of Warsaw
Panel Discussant
Janina Grabs
Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster

Time
25/08/2018 11:00 - 12:40
Location
Building: VMP 9 Floor: 5 Room: B528
Abstract
New actors and agencies are entering agri-food governance systems in response to globalization, changes in international relations, and the limitations of the available resources. The changing international trade patterns and the international treaties, such as the Paris treaty but also Brexit, will change the type of actors and agencies that are involved in the agri-food systems and the way they work together. Some actors will be included who were not involved before and others will lose their seats at the decision making tables. Against this backdrop, this Panel seeks to understand how actors are categorized, how they redefine their roles within the changing food system and who is controlling the categorization. It will also welcome Papers that analyse the implications of these changing patterns of actor networks.

Paper List


Title Details
A Pragmatist Perspective Towards Contemporary Agro-Food Governance: The European Public and its Problems View Paper Details
Governing the Boundaries of the Policy Making Process Through Reframing: the Obesity Policy in The Netherlands. View Paper Details
How Ideas Shape Agricultural Policy Trajectories: A Comparative Analysis of Developments in Direct Aids to Farmers in the EU and the US View Paper Details
The Governance of Interdependent Problems: Collaborative Networks for the Integrative Management of Agri-Food Systems View Paper Details
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