Financialization and Global Commodity Chains: Distributional Implications for Cotton in Sub‐Saharan Africa
ABSTRACT Restructuring of global and local markets has led to an increased influence of commodity derivatives markets on commodity price setting. This has critical implications for price risks experienced by actors along commodity chains. Commodity derivatives markets have undergone significant chan...
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|published in:||Development and change Vol. 49; no. 3; pp. 815 - 842|
|Data of publication:||May 2018|
Social Sciences (General)
We wish to thank all interview partners in Burkina Faso, Mozambique and Tanzania and the regional offices of the Austrian Development Agency (ADA) in Burkina Faso and Mozambique for their support during fieldwork. Further, we would like to thank Jakob Engel, as well as the anonymous referees of this journal, for comments on an earlier version of the article. Financial support from the Jubiläumsfonds of the Oesterreichische Nationalbank (project number 14686) is gratefully acknowledged. Additional funding for fieldwork in Tanzania was gratefully received from the Swiss National Foundation (NCCR‐Trade Regulation Project) and the University of London (Central Research Fund). The views expressed in this article are those of the authors.
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