Food Markets: Concepts and Cases
Explores the conceptual underpinnings of the distributive networks through which food travels from farm to table. Examines the relationships between markets, states, & society in their historical & contemporary forms. Employs case studies of how commodities travel through the food system at the local, national & international levels. Topics include mass markets & niche markets; the culture of markets; reciprocity, exchange & redistribution; conventional & alternative supply chains.
- Old Course Number: E33.2016