Russia’s Role in the Contemporary International Agri-Food Trade System
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This book will be of interest to academics and practitioners in agricultural economics, international trade, and international food trade.
Introduction: Is Russia’s Role in the International Agri-Food System Sustainable? (Stephen K. Wegren and Frode Nilssen)
Chapter 1. Russia’s Foreign Food Trade: An Historical Survey (Stephen K. Wegren).
Chapter 2. Russia’s Development as a Top Player in World Grain Trade (William Liefert and Olga Liefert).
Chapter 3. The Role of Food Exports in Russia’s Economy (Nikolai M. Svetlov).
Chapter 4. Maximilian Heigermoser, and Tinoush Jamali Jaghdani, Russia’s Food Security and Impact on Agri-Food Trade (Linde Götz).
Chapter 5. Russia’s Role in International Fish and Seafood Trade (Frode Nilssen).
Section 2. Russia’s Regional Agri-Food Trade
Chapter 6. Russia’s Regional Free Trade Agreements and Agri-Food Trade after 2014 (Christel Elvestad and Tatiana Isachenko).
Chapter 7. Prospects for Agri-Food Trade between Russia and China (Jiayi Zhou).
Chapter 8. Russia’s Agri-Food Trade within the Eurasian Economic Union (Rilka Dragneva).
Chapter 9. Russia’s Agri-Food Trade with the Middle East and North Africa (Maximilian Heigermoser, Tinoush Jamali Jaghdani, and Linde Götz).
Chapter 10. Agri-Food Trade between the United States and Russia: From Divergence to Irrelevance (Stephen K. Wegren).
Analyses the emergence of Russia as a global food power
Includes food trade policy and practice, and developments in regional food trade
Provides an account of Russia's rise as a food power and its global implications
Frode Nilssen is Professor at Nord University Business School, Norway, and the Head of Department for Marketing, Strategy and Management at Nord University Business School.