Peter Leigh Taylor
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In the market but not of it: Fair trade coffee and forest stewardship council certification as market-based social change
PL Taylor
World development 33 (1), 129-147, 2005
Fair trade coffee: building producer capacity via global networks
LT Raynolds, D Murray, P Leigh Taylor
Journal of International Development: The Journal of the Development Studies …, 2004
The future of Fair Trade coffee: dilemmas facing Latin America's small-scale producers
DL Murray, LT Raynolds, PL Taylor
Development in practice 16 (02), 179-192, 2006
One cup at a time: poverty alleviation and fair trade coffee in Latin America
DL Murray, LT Raynolds, PL Taylor
Fair Trade Research Group, Colorado State University, 2003
Certifying rural spaces: quality-certified products and rural governance.
T Mutersbaugh, D Klooster, MC Renard, P Taylor
Keeping trade fair: governance challenges in the fair trade coffee initiative
PL Taylor, DL Murray, LT Raynolds
Sustainable Development 13 (3), 199-208, 2005
Environmental governance and the emergence of forest-based social movements.
P Cronkleton, PL Taylor, D Barry, S Stone-Jovicich, M Schmink
Claim no easy victories: evaluating the pesticide industry’s global safe use campaign
DL Murray, PL Taylor
World development 28 (10), 1735-1749, 2000
A fair trade approach to community forest certification? A framework for discussion
PL Taylor
Journal of Rural Studies 21 (4), 433-447, 2005
Conservation, community, and culture? New organizational challenges of community forest concessions in the Maya Biosphere Reserve of Guatemala
PL Taylor
Journal of Rural Studies 26 (2), 173-184, 2010
Poverty alleviation through participation in fair trade coffee networks: Synthesis of case study research question findings
PL Taylor
New York: The Ford Foundation, 2002
Neoliberal reform and sustainable forest management in Quintana Roo, Mexico: Rethinking the institutional framework of the Forestry Pilot Plan
PL Taylor, C Zabin
Agriculture and Human Values 17, 141-156, 2000
The rhetorical construction of efficiency: Restructuring and industrial democracy in Mondragon, Spain
PL Taylor
Sociological forum 9, 459-489, 1994
Producing more with less? Community forestry in Durango, Mexico in an era of trade liberalization
PL Taylor
Rural Sociology 65 (2), 253-274, 2000
The compatibility of timber and non-timber forest product extraction and management
MR Guariguata, P Cronkleton, P Shanley, PL Taylor
Forest Ecology and Management 256 (7), 1477-1481, 2008
One cup at a time: Poverty alleviation and fair trade in Latin America
DL Murray, LT Raynolds, PL Taylor
Fair Trade Research Group, 2003
Reorganization or division? New strategies of community forestry in Durango, Mexico
P Leigh Taylor
Society &Natural Resources 16 (7), 643-661, 2003
Community forestry as embedded process: two cases from Durango and Quintana Roo, Mexico
PL Taylor
The International Journal of Sociology of Agriculture and Food 9, 59-81, 2001
Deconstructing homegardens: food security and sovereignty in northern Nicaragua
K Boone, PL Taylor
Agriculture and human values 33, 239-255, 2016
Water crises and institutions: Inventing and reinventing governance in an era of uncertainty
PL Taylor, DA Sonnenfeld
Society & natural resources 30 (4), 395-403, 2017
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