Janina Grabs
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Understanding role models for change: a multilevel analysis of success factors of grassroots initiatives for sustainable consumption
J Grabs, N Langen, G Maschkowski, N Schšpke
Journal of Cleaner Production 134, 98-111, 2016
742016
The rebound effects of switching to vegetarianism. A microeconomic analysis of Swedish consumption behavior
J Grabs
Ecological Economics 116, 270-279, 2015
522015
The evolution of power in the global coffee value chain and production network
J Grabs, S Ponte
Journal of Economic Geography 19 (4), 803-828, 2019
322019
Assessing the institutionalization of private sustainability governance in a changing coffee sector
J Grabs
Regulation & Governance 14 (2), 362-387, 2020
302020
Understanding coffee certification dynamics: A spatial analysis of voluntary sustainability standard proliferation
J Grabs, B Kilian, DC HernŠndez, T Dietz
International Food and Agribusiness Management Review 19 (1030-2016-83133†…, 2016
222016
Mainstreamed voluntary sustainability standards and their effectiveness: Evidence from the Honduran coffee sector
T Dietz, J Grabs, AE Chong
Regulation & Governance, 2019
202019
The voluntary coffee standard index (VOCSI). Developing a composite index to assess and compare the strength of mainstream voluntary sustainability standards in the global†…
T Dietz, J Auffenberg, AE Chong, J Grabs, B Kilian
Ecological Economics 150, 72-87, 2018
202018
Women’s empowerment in rural Honduras and its determinants: insights from coffee communities in Ocotepeque and Copan
T Dietz, A Estrella Chong, P Font Gilabert, J Grabs
Development in Practice 28 (1), 33-50, 2018
112018
The rise of buyer-driven sustainability governance: emerging trends in the global coffee sector
J Grabs
ZenTra Working Paper in Transnational Studies, 2017
112017
How effective is multiple certification in improving the economic conditions of smallholder farmers? Evidence from an impact evaluation in Colombia’s Coffee Belt
T Dietz, A Estrella Chong, J Grabs, B Kilian
The Journal of Development Studies 56 (6), 1141-1160, 2020
92020
Selling Sustainability Short?: The Private Governance of Labor and the Environment in the Coffee Sector
J Grabs
Cambridge University Press, 2020
92020
Private regulation, public policy, and the perils of adverse ontological selection
J Grabs, G Auld, B Cashore
Regulation & Governance, 2020
32020
Additionality and implementation gaps in voluntary sustainability standards
T Dietz, J Grabs
New political economy, 1-22, 2021
22021
Switching between lenses for a better view: A critical review of private regulatory governance theories and the role of public policy
J Grabs, G Auld, B Cashore
12018
Indicators to compare and assess the institutional strength of voluntary sustainability standards in the global coffee industry
T Dietz, J Auffenberg, AE Chong, J Grabs, B Kilian
Data in brief 19, 570-585, 2018
12018
Women’s empowerment in rural Honduras
PF Gilabert, T Dietz, J Grabs
Insights from a baseline study in an HRNS project site in Ocotepeque and†…, 2016
12016
Value-adding strategies for low-emission coffee: An overview
J Grabs
German: German Development Agency, 2015
12015
Signaling Southern sustainability: When do actors use private or public regulatory authority to market tropical commodities?
J Grabs
Journal of Environmental Management 285, 112053, 2021
2021
Private Governance and Public Authority: Regulating Sustainability in a Global Economy. By Stefan Renckens. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020. 314p. $99.99 cloth.
J Grabs
Perspectives on Politics 19 (1), 324-326, 2021
2021
Traders as sustainability governance actors in global food supply chains: A research agenda
J Grabs, SL Carodenuto
Business Strategy and the Environment 30 (2), 1314-1332, 2021
2021
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