Recent Academic Publications
Howard, Philip H. Concentration and Power in the Food System: Who Controls What We Eat? Revised Edition. London: Bloomsbury Academic. (October).
Hendrickson, Mary M., Philip H. Howard, Emily M. Miller and Douglas H. Constance. The Food System: Concentration and Its Impacts. A Special Report to the Family Farm Action Alliance.
Howard, Philip H. & Mary K. Hendrickson. The State of Concentration in Global Food and Agriculture Industries. Pp. 89-91 in Transformation of Our Food Systems: The Making of a Paradigm Shift. (Hans Herren, Benedikt Haerlin & IAASTD +10 Advisory Group, eds.). ISBN 978-3-00-066209-6.
Bardenhagen, Christopher James, Philip H. Howard & Steven A. Gray. A Bird’s Eye View: Fruit Grower Interest in Adoption of Nest Boxes. Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems 44(10), 1384-1393. [Free access for first 50 downloads]
Bardenhagen, Christopher James, Philip H. Howard & Steven A. Gray. Farmer Mental Models of Biological Pest Control: Associations with Adoption of Conservation Practices in Blueberry and Cherry Orchards. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems (Agroecology and Ecosystem Services section) 4, 54.
Howard, Philip H. How Corporations Control our Seeds. Pp. 15-29 in Bite Back: People Taking on Corporate Food and Winning (Saru Jarayaman & Kathryn De Master, eds.). Oakland, CA: University of California Press.
Gliessman, Steve, Harriet Friedmann & Philip H. Howard. Agroecology and Food Sovereignty. IDS Bulletin 50(2), 91-110.
Howard, Philip H. Corporate Concentration in Global Meat Processing: The Role of Feed and Finance Subsidies. Pp. 31-53 in Global Meat: Social and Environmental Consequences of the Expanding Meat Industry (Bill Winders and Elizabeth Ransom, eds.). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Hendrickson, Mary K., Philip H. Howard & Douglas H. Constance. Power, Food and Agriculture: Implications for Farmers, Consumers and Communities. Pp. 13-61 in In Defense of Farmers: The Future of Agriculture in the Shadow of Corporate Power (Jane W. Gibson and Sara E. Alexander, eds.). Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press.
Miller, Steven R., J. Robert Sirrine, Ashley McFarland, Philip H. Howard & Trey Malone. Craft Beer as a Means of Economic Development: An Economic Impact Analysis of the Michigan Value Chain. Beverages 5(2), 35.
Howard, Philip H. Increasing Corporate Control: From Supermarkets to Seeds. Pp. 116-131 in Twenty Lessons in the Sociology of Food and Agriculture (Jason Konefal & Maki Hatanaka, eds.). New York: Oxford University Press.
Lindell, Catherine, Rachael A. Eaton, Philip H. Howard, Steven M. Roels & Megan Shave. 2018. Enhancing Agricultural Landscapes to Increase Crop Pest Reduction by Vertebrates. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 257, 1-11.
Howard, Philip H. Craftwashing in the U.S. Beer Industry. Beverages 4(1), 1.
Hendrickson, Mary K., Philip H. Howard & Douglas Constance. Power, Food and Agriculture: Implications for Farmers, Consumers and Communities. University of Missouri, College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources, Division of Applied Social Sciences Working Paper (November).
Howard, Philip H. Corporate Concentration in Global Meat Processing: The Role of Government Subsidies. Michigan State University, Department of Community Sustainability Working Paper (September).
Howard, Philip H. Concentration and Power in the Food System: Who Controls What We Eat? Bloomsbury Academic.
Howard, Philip H. Decoding Diversity in the Food System: Wheat and Bread in North America. Agriculture and Human Values, 33(4), 953-960. (pre-publication version)
Jaffee, Daniel & Philip H. Howard. Who’s the Fairest of Them All? The Fractured Landscape of U.S. Fair Trade Certification. Agriculture and Human Values, 33(4), 813-826.
Herrnstadt, Zachary, Philip H. Howard, Chi-Ok Oh & Catherine A. Lindell. Consumer Preferences for “Natural” Agricultural Practices: Assessing Methods to Manage Bird Pests. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, 31(6), 516-523.
Howard, Philip H. Review of Divided Spirits: Tequila, Mezcal, and the Politics of Production, by Sarah Bowen. Review of Agricultural, Food and Environmental Studies. 97(4), 271-272.