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Record number 399897
Title Transformations of Vietnamese shrimp aquaculture policy: empirical evidence from the Mekong Delta
Author(s) Tran Thi Thu Ha, Ha; Bush, S.R.
Source Environment and Planning C. Government and Policy 28 (2010). - ISSN 0263-774X - p. 1101 - 1119.
DOI https://doi.org/10.1068/c09194
Department(s) Environmental Policy
WASS
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2010
Keyword(s) global agrifood system - environmental governance - fair trade - certification - thailand - impacts - chains - space
Abstract International environmental and social concerns about tropical shrimp production have led to the emergence of private transnational governance and regulation. Using cases from Ca Mau we investigate how the shift to private transnational regulatory networks has changed the role of the government from a regulator to a facilitator of global private governance interests and arrangements. The rise of these various schemes has also been part of a shift from quantitative to qualitative policy goals within the Vietnamese aquaculture sector. In turn, this has led to new internal relationships, most notably the repositioning of private interests and community-based management within the Vietnamese state framework. We conclude that the ongoing transformation of the government’s role in environmental shrimp governance requires mechanisms that foster improved participation and compliance between the state and private actors. To achieve this efforts are needed to better include local government at both communal and village levels and to use existing global market incentives more strategically.
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