In the market but not of it?: Fair trade coffee and forest stewardship council certification as market-based market reform
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This paper looks at two prominent, highly successful initiatives, Fair Trade coffee and FSC certification and labeling, and proposes a preliminary framework for assessing the use of market-based instruments to ameliorate the market's own negative social and environmental impacts.
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