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
712016
The rebound effects of switching to vegetarianism. A microeconomic analysis of Swedish consumption behavior
J Grabs
Ecological Economics 116, 270-279, 2015
442015
Assessing the institutionalization of private sustainability governance in a changing coffee sector
J Grabs
Regulation & Governance 14 (2), 362-387, 2020
242020
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
232019
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
172018
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
172016
Mainstreamed voluntary sustainability standards and their effectiveness: Evidence from the Honduran coffee sector
T Dietz, J Grabs, AE Chong
Regulation & Governance, 2019
152019
The rise of buyer-driven sustainability governance: emerging trends in the global coffee sector
J Grabs
ZenTra Working Paper in Transnational Studies, 2017
92017
Selling Sustainability Short?: The Private Governance of Labor and the Environment in the Coffee Sector
J Grabs
Cambridge University Press, 2020
52020
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
52018
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
32020
Private regulation, public policy, and the perils of adverse ontological selection
J Grabs, G Auld, B Cashore
Regulation & Governance, 2020
22020
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
22018
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
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
Regulation for Whom? North-South Tensions and Their Implications for the Institutionalization of Transnational Private Governance in the Global Coffee and Tea Value Chains
Y Sun, J Grabs
31st Annual Meeting, 2019
2019
The rebound effects of switching to vegetarianism
J Grabs
SLU, Dept. of Economics, 2014
2014
Value-adding strategies for low-emission coffee: An overview
J Grabs
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