ABSTRACT. Dür writes that the collusive delegation argument postulates that politicians consciously designed the EU’s institutional framework to minimize the influence of societal interests. Bieler points out that globalization is an exogenous structural impact to which actors can merely respond. Humphrey provides a critical analysis of the transformation of retailing in developing countries and its consequences for small farmers. Haden remarks that as the process of industrialization has run its course over the 20th century, the relative importance of agriculture as an economic activity and a means of cultural sustenance for nations has declined dramatically.


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