Items where Author is "Porter , Gina"

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Lyon, Fergus and Porter, Gina (2010) Evolving institutions of trust: personalised and institutional bases of trust in Nigerian and Ghanaian food trading. In: Organizational trust: a cultural perspective. Saunders, Mark and Skinner, Denise and Dietz, Graham and Gillespie, Nicole and Lewicki, Roy, eds. Cambridge Companions to Management . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 255-278. ISBN 9780521737791

Porter, Gina and Lyon, Fergus and Adamu, Fatima and Obafemi, Lanre (2010) Conflict and cooperation in market spaces: learning from the operation of local networks of civic engagement in African Market Trade. Human Organization, 69 (1). pp. 31-42. ISSN 0018-7259

Lyon, Fergus and Porter, Gina (2009) Market institutions, trust and norms: exploring moral economies in Nigerian food systems. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 33 (5). pp. 903-920. ISSN 0309-166X

Porter, Gina and Lyon, Fergus and Potts, Deborah (2009) Market institutions and urban food supply in West and Southern Africa. In: Macromarketing: a global focus: marketing systems, societal development, equity & poverty. Shapiro, Stanley J and Tadajewski, Mark and Shultz, Clifford, eds. SAGE library in marketing, 4 vols . SAGE Publications, London. ISBN 9781848607040

Porter, Gina and Lyon, Fergus and Potts, Deborah (2007) Market institutions and urban food supply in West and Southern Africa a review. Progress in Development Studies, 7 (2). pp. 115-134. ISSN 1464-9934

Lyon, Fergus and Porter, Gina (2006) Groups as a means or an end? Social capital and the promotion of cooperation in Ghana. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 24 (2). pp. 249-262. ISSN 14723433

Lyon, Fergus and Porter, Gina and Adamu, Fatima and Obafemi, Lanre (2006) The Nigerian market: fuelling conflict or contributing to peace. In: Local business, local peace: the peace building potential of the domestic private sector. Banfield, Jessica and Gunduz, Canan and Killick, Nick, eds. International Alert, London, pp. 432-437. ISBN 189870273X

Porter , Gina and Lyon, Fergus (2006) Social capital as culture: promoting cooperative action in Ghana. In: Culture and development in a globalising world. Radcliffe, Sarah, ed. Routledge, Abingdon UK. ISBN 9780415348775

Porter, Gina and Lyon, Fergus (2005) Investigations on building a food marketing policy evidence base in Nigeria. Project Report. Department for International Development..

Porter, Gina and Lyon, Fergus and Adamu, Fatima and Obafemi, Lanre and Blench, Roger (2005) Trade and market in conflict development and conflict resolution in Nigeria: scoping study report to the UK department for International Development. Project Report. AgEcon Search, University of Minnesota.

Lyon, Fergus and Porter, Gina (2005) The social relations of economic life and networks of civic engagement: ‘Social capital’ and targeted development in West Africa. In: West African worlds: paths through socio-economic change, livelihoods and development. Cline-Cole, Reginald and Robson, Elizabeth, eds. DARG regional development series (6). Pearson, Harlow. ISBN 9780130259493

Porter, Gina and Lyon, Fergus and Potts, Deborah and Bowyer-Bower, Tanya (2004) Improving market institutions and urban food supplies for the urban poor: a comparative study of Nigeria and Zambia. Project Report. Department for International Development, Wallingford.

Porter, Gina and Harris, Frances and Lyon, Fergus and Adeptu, A. A. and Dung, Jasper (2003) Markets, ethnicity and environment in a vulnerable landscape: the case of small-scale vegetable production on the Jos Plateau, Nigeria, 1991-2001. Geographical Journal, 169 (4). pp. 370-381. ISSN 0016-7398

Porter, Gina and Adeptu, A. A. and Dung, Jasper and Harris, Frances and Lyon, Fergus (2001) Food marketing systems on the Jos Plateau. Project Report. Crop Harvest Programmes & Department for International Development.

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