Author Title [ Type(Desc)] Year
Book Chapter
Clapp, Jennifer . 2000. Africa and the International Toxic Waste Trade. In The Environment and Development in Africa, Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, p. 103-123.
Clapp, Jennifer , and Geoffrey Underhill. 1999. The Global Economy and Environmental Change in Africa. In Political Economy and the Changing Global Order, Oxford: Oxford University Press, p. 208-217.
Clapp, Jennifer . 1995. Protection of the Mediterranean Sea. In The Encyclopedia of Conservation and Environmentalism, New York: Garland, p. 426-427.
Clapp, Jennifer . 1995. The International Trade in Toxic Wastes. In The Encyclopedia of Conservation and Environmentalism, New York: Garland, p. 632-633.
Clapp, Jennifer . 1994. Guinea's Foreign Policy: Incorporation and Marginalization in the New World Order. In The Political Economy of Foreign Policy in ECOWAS States, London: Macmillan, p. 47-65.
Conference Proceedings
Martin, Sarah J, and Jennifer Clapp. 2013. The Financialization of Agriculture, Food and Food Security. 8th annual assembly of the Canadian Association of Food Studies.
Clapp, Jennifer . 2012. The Global Food Crisis and the Financialization of Food. Institute of Social and Political Studies.
Clapp, Jennifer . 2012. The Financialization of Food: Who is Being Fed?. International Studies Association.
Clapp, Jennifer . 2012. Lessons from the World Food Crisis. University of Regina and Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy.
Journal Article
Clapp, Jennifer . 2019. The Rise of Financial Investment and Common Ownership in Agrifood Firms. Review of International Political Economy (Forthcoming - accepted and in press).
Clapp, Jennifer , and Caitlin Scott. 2018. The Global Environmental Politics of Food. Global Environmental Politics 18(2): 1-11.
Clapp, Jennifer , Peter Newell, and Zoe W Brent. 2018. The Global Political Economy of Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Systems. Journal of Peasant Studies 45(1): 80-88.
Clapp, Jennifer , Ryan Isakson, and Oane Visser. 2017. The Complex Dynamics of Agriculture as a Financial Asset: Introduction to Symposium. Agriculture and Human Values 34(1): 179-183.