Faculty Profile - Lisa Clark
Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy
University of Saskatchewan
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Lisa Clark’s research interests are in agri-food governance, institutional analysis and political economy. Her work with VALGEN and iBOL examines how regulatory systems for agri-food accommodate technological innovations. She is currently researching the regulatory dimensions of integrating barcoding technology into surveillance processes in the agri-food system. She is also working on a manuscript analyzing the political economy of organic food in Canada and the United States.
Phone: (306) 966-4294
- PhD, Simon Fraser University
- MA, McMaster University
- BA (Hons.), Trent University
Areas of Interest
- Agricultural trade policy
- Food and agriculture social movements
- Food and agriculture governance systems
- Organic agriculture
- VALGEN Postdoctoral Fellowship (2010-2012)
- Clark, Lisa F. and Stuart Smyth. ‘Regulation and Environmental Policy’, in M. Deyholos et al (eds.) Plant Biotechnology: Principles and Practice, Wiley-Blackwell (forthcoming).
- Leah F. Vosko and Lisa F. Clark. (2009). ‘Gendered Precariousness and Social Reproduction in Canada’, in L. Vosko et al (eds.), Gender and the Contours of Precarious Employment: Developing Common Understandings Across Space, Scale and Social Location, Routledge Press.
- (2007).‘Business As Usual? The Changing Role of Social Reproduction in the Organic Agro-food Sector’, Studies in Political Economy vol. 80, pp. 55-74.
- (2010) Risk, Regulation and Governance of Innovative Technologies: A Literature Analysis. [VALGEN working paper]
- Regulation and Governance stream of VALGEN
- iBOL (Regulation and International Trade) Research Associate