Emerging markets and private governance: the political economy of sustainable palm oil in China and India

@article{Schleifer2018EmergingMA,
  title={Emerging markets and private governance: the political economy of sustainable palm oil in China and India},
  author={Philip Schleifer and Yixian Sun},
  journal={Review of International Political Economy},
  year={2018},
  volume={25},
  pages={190 - 214}
}
ABSTRACT Private governance programs are now an important source of regulation in global value chains – particularly in context of North–South trade. But can these programs play a similar role in the value chains feeding into fast-growing emerging markets like China and India? Most scholars doing research on the topic draw a pessimistic picture. They argue that the scope conditions for private sustainability governance are not yet present in these markets. Our analysis of the Roundtable on… Expand
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