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姓名 蔡孟君(Meng-chun Tsai) 電子郵件信箱 E-mail 資料不公開
畢業系所 政治學研究所(Political Science)
畢業學位 碩士(Master) 畢業時期 106學年第2學期
論文名稱(中) 國際咖啡建制中的組織與規範
論文名稱(英) Organizations and Norms of International Coffee Regime
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    摘要(中) 本文主要探討全球咖啡產業的建制,藉由研究咖啡產業中國際組織與制度,進而瞭解國際咖啡建制的形成背景與變遷。主要以目前咖啡產業中較具有影響力的組織機構(一個國際組織ICO、兩個生產國機構ECX和FNC、一個消費國組織SCAA和兩個認證組織FLO和UTZ)以及各自的制度規範進行分析討論。透過這些組織的功能和制度對於咖啡產業的影響力,來瞭解整個咖啡產業的建制的形成原因與變化,進而解釋國際咖啡建制的特性。
    本研究發現,國際咖啡建制的形成是體系內部分國家考量到當前的咖啡市場和政治背景需要建立合作來穩定局勢,藉此維護各自的利益目的。然而,國際咖啡建制產生轉變,除了主導組織行為者(ICO)本身特性的改變,還包括受到體系中其他組織行為者(ECX、FNC、SCAA、FLO和UTZ)的出現,以及他們建立的制度規範的影響。本研究藉由建制的三個時期,說明國際咖啡建制形成和轉變,而咖啡建制的特性則是由新現實主義轉向新自由主義。而咖啡生產者之所以處於困境,一方面是因為受制於這樣的建制體制,另一方面則是受制於咖啡本身難以有效掌控的商品特性。
    摘要(英) This paper mainly discusses the formation and the change of international regime in the global coffee industry. The study base on analyzing the six important organizations and the institutions (or rules) in the coffee industry (an international organization: ICO, two producer organizations: ECX and as FNC, a consumer association: SCAA and two certification organizations: FLO and UTZ).
    There are two major finding in the study. First, the study found that the formation of the international coffee regime is result from the actors in the system who are seeking for cooperation to pursue its own interests. However, the characteristics of international coffee regime may alther through times, the effect is intervene by the new actors (ECX, FNC, SCAA, FLO and UTZ) and their norms. There are three main periods according to different actor involved in the timeline to explain the reasons that the international coffee regime formed and how it changed. The characteristics of the coffee regime is initially as neo-realism, and turn to neo-liberalism.
    Second, the main factor that constrain the coffee producers, is not only because of the international coffee regime, but also because of the commodity features of coffee itself.
    關鍵字(中)
  • 國際咖啡協議
  • 國際建制
  • 制度
  • 咖啡產業
  • 國際咖啡組織
  • 關鍵字(英)
  • International Regime
  • FLO
  • SCAA
  • UTZ
  • International Coffee Agreement, ICA
  • International Coffee Organization, ICO
  • Coffee industry
  • 論文目次 [論文審定書+i]
    [誌 謝+ii]
    [摘 要+iii]
    [英文摘要+iv]
    [目錄+v]
    [圖目錄+vii]
    [表目錄+viii]
    [縮寫詞彙對照表+ix]
    [第一章 緒論+1]
    [第一節 研究動機與目的+1]
    [第二節 文獻回顧+4]
    [第三節 研究方法與研究理論+11]
    [第四節 研究範圍與研究限制+16]
    [第五節 章節安排與研究架構+17]
    [第二章 咖啡的歷史與產業發展+20]
    [第一節 咖啡的歷史與貿易發展+20]
    [第二節 咖啡市場概況與產業型態+32]
    [第三節 咖啡農的困境+43]
    [第三章 國際咖啡組織的發展與運作+54]
    [第一節 國際咖啡組織+54]
    [第二節 國際咖啡協議+66]
    [第三節 國際咖啡組織的成員國角色+74]
    [第四節 國際咖啡組織與國際石油出口組織+77]
    [第四章 國際咖啡建制中的其他組織與規範+80]
    [第一節 生產國的官方機構及咖啡農民組織+80]
    [第二節 美國精品咖啡協會+90]
    [第三節 咖啡認證機構+96]
    [第四節 國際咖啡組織與其他咖啡組織的互動關係+110]
    [第五章 結 論+115]
    [第一節 研究發現+115]
    [第二節 研究建議與展望+123]
    [參考文獻+125]
    [中文文獻+125]
    [英文文獻+127]
    [附錄+145]
    [附錄一+145]
    [附錄二+146]
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