Commerce équitable et équité : Quête de sens et sens pratiques
AbstractFair Trade aims at promoting fairness through the market. However, in Fair Trade, fairness is far from being clearly defined. Furthermore, Fair Trade has to tackle new trends, such as sustainable development. It is also facing changes as North-North Fair Trade or questionings concerning partnership. All these new perspectives call out the very meaning of fairness in Fair Trade.
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Volume (Year): 8 (2011)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
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Fair Trade; Fairness; Market;
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