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Like a caffeinated jolt, Value Chain Struggles: Institutions and Governance in the Plantation Districts of South India opens our eyes to the devastating impact of recent changes to global trading relations on rural producers in the world's developing countries.
List of Tables.
Series Editors’ Preface.
List of Abbreviations.
2 Re-inserting Place and Institutions within Global Value Chain Analysis.
3 How to Make a (South Indian) Cup of Tea or Coffee.
4 The Institutional Environment of the South Indian Tea and Coffee Industries.
5 Struggles over Labour and Livelihoods.
6 Struggles over Environmental Governance in the Coffee Forests of Kodagu.
7 Smallholder Engagement in Global Value Chains: Initiatives in the Nilgiris.
8 Making a Living in the Global Economy: Institutional Environments and Value Chain Upgrading.
9 Conclusion: What We Brewed.
Appendix A: The Role of Managing Agents.
Appendix B: The Operation and Intended Reform of South India’s Tea Auctions.
Appendix C: Restructuring of Tata Tea’s Munnar Operations.