Discussion Paper Series

UNFSS Discussion Papers are prepared under the private responsibility of the author on subjects of analytical interest to UNFSS members and stakeholders. Discussion Paper manuscripts are cleared by the Steering Group of UNFSS. Substantive editorial clearance is done by the Editorial Board of UNFSS.

Discussion Paper #1

Meta‐governance in the Realm of Voluntary Sustainability Standards: Early Experiences and Their Implications, by Boudewijn Derkx

UNFSS Discussion Paper #1

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Discussion Paper #2

Review of Key Systemic Issues and Findings Resulting from Activities of the International Task Force on Harmonization and Equivalence in Organic Agriculture (ITF) and the Global Organic Market Access (GOMA) Project, by Diane Bowen.

UNFSS Discussion Paper #2

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Discussion Paper #3

Competition and Cooperation in the Market of Voluntary Sustainability Standards, by Dr. Axel Marx and Prof. Dr. Jan WoutersLeuven Centre for Global Governance Studies, KU Leuven

UNFSS Discussion Paper #3

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Discussion Paper #4

Public-Private Collaboration on Policy, Standards, Regulations and Trade Facilitation for Organic Agriculture, by Diane Bowen, in collaboration with Ulrich Hoffmann (April 2015)

UNFSS Discussion Paper #4

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Discussion Paper #5

Plurilateral Regulatory Cooperation on Organic Agriculture and Trade, by Diane Bowen, in collaboration with Ulrich Hoffmann (April 2015)

UNFSS Discussion Paper #5

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Discussion Paper #6

Assuring Coherence between the Market-access and Livelihood Impact of Private Sustainability Standards, by Ulrich Hoffmann and Frank Grothaus (May 2015)

UNFSS Discussion Paper #6

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Discussion Paper #7 

Global decisions and local realities: Priorities and producers’ upgrading opportunities in agricultural global production networks, by Judith Krauss and Aarti Krishnan (November 2016) 

UNFSS Discussion Paper #7

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