Emelie Peine, Ph.D.

University of Puget Sound
Professor in the International Political Economy Department

Emelie Peine is an Assistant Professor in the International Political Economy Department of the University of Puget Sound. Her research focuses on the role of multinational agribusiness in the global food regime. Emelie has examined China's "go out" policy for feed grains such as soy and what this means for control of the supply chain in Brazil. Her recent publications include, "Trading on Pork and Beans: Agribusiness and the construction of the Brazil-China-soy-pork commodity complex". The Ethics and Economics of Agrifood Competition. Harvey S. James, Jr., ed. New York: Springe

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