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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
5942005
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
4142004
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
2302006
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
2042003
Certifying rural spaces: quality-certified products and rural governance.
T Mutersbaugh, D Klooster, MC Renard, P Taylor
1822005
Keeping trade fair: governance challenges in the fair trade coffee initiative
PL Taylor, DL Murray, LT Raynolds
Sustainable Development 13 (3), 199-208, 2005
1762005
Environmental governance and the emergence of forest-based social movements.
P Cronkleton, PL Taylor, D Barry, S Stone-Jovicich, M Schmink
1332008
Claim no easy victories: evaluating the pesticide industry’s global safe use campaign
DL Murray, PL Taylor
World development 28 (10), 1735-1749, 2000
1262000
A fair trade approach to community forest certification? A framework for discussion
PL Taylor
Journal of Rural Studies 21 (4), 433-447, 2005
1222005
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
1002010
Poverty alleviation through participation in fair trade coffee networks: Synthesis of case study research question findings
PL Taylor
New York: The Ford Foundation, 2002
992002
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
802000
The rhetorical construction of efficiency: Restructuring and industrial democracy in Mondragon, Spain
PL Taylor
Sociological forum 9, 459-489, 1994
681994
Producing more with less? Community forestry in Durango, Mexico in an era of trade liberalization
PL Taylor
Rural Sociology 65 (2), 253-274, 2000
642000
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
592008
One cup at a time: Poverty alleviation and fair trade in Latin America
DL Murray, LT Raynolds, PL Taylor
Fair Trade Research Group, 2003
462003
Reorganization or division? New strategies of community forestry in Durango, Mexico
P Leigh Taylor
Society &Natural Resources 16 (7), 643-661, 2003
412003
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
342001
Deconstructing homegardens: food security and sovereignty in northern Nicaragua
K Boone, PL Taylor
Agriculture and human values 33, 239-255, 2016
322016
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
312017
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