Queen Mary University of London, School of Business and Management
Articulating upgrading: island developing states and canned tuna production – Havice, E. & Campling, L.
(Review Essay) Commodity Studies and Commodity Fetishism I: Trading Down – Bernstein, H. & Campling, L.
(Review Essay) Commodity Studies and Commodity Fetishism II: ‘Profits with Principles’? – Bernstein, H. & Campling, L.
Where chain and environmental governance meet: Inter-firm strategies in the canned tuna global value chain – Havice, E. & Campling, L.
Natural resource industries as global value chains: Frontiers, fetishism, labour and the state (Baglioni, E., and Campling, L.)