Agriculture and food policy

Xóchitl Bada and Jonathan Fox, “Persistent Rurality in Mexico and “The Right to Stay Home,”” Journal of Peasant Studies 49 (1) 2021

Madelaine Fairbairn, Jonathan Fox, S. Ryan Isakson, Michael Levien, Nancy Peluso, Shahra Rezavi, Ian Scoones and K. Sivaramakrishnan, “Introduction: New Directions in Agrarian Political Economy,” Special issue, Global Agrarian Transformations, Vol. 1., Journal of Peasant Studies, 41(5), 2014

Jonathan Fox, “Las políticas públicas hacia la agricultura y su relación con el empleo,” in OXFAM Mexico, El derecho a la alimentación en Mexico: Recomendaciones de la sociedad civil para una política pública efectiva, México, October, 2013

Jonathan Fox, “El acceso a la rendición de cuentas: ¿Voces individuales o colectivas?,” Mexican Rural Development Reports, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Mexico Institute, No. 26, 2013

Jonathan Fox and Libby Haight, eds., Subsidizing Inequality: Mexican Corn Policy Since NAFTA, Washington, D.C.: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars/CIDE/UC Santa Cruz, 2010  (en espanol: Subsidios_para_la_desigualdad)

Jonathan Fox, “Siete mitos sobre subsidios agricolas,La Jornada del Campo, No. 36, Sept. 18, 2010

Chris Bacon, Ernesto Méndez,  Stephen Gliessman, David Goodman, and Jonathan Fox, eds., Confronting the Coffee Crisis: Sustaining Livelihoods and Ecosystems in Mexico and Central America, Cambridge: MIT Press, 2008

Jonathan Fox, “El acceso a la rendición de cuentas: ¿voces individuales o colectivas?,” Conference Paper, United Nations Development Program, 2007 (presented at the International Seminar: Candados y derechos, protección de programas sociales y construcción de ciudadanía, Mexico, DF)

Jonathan Fox, “The Politics of Mexico’s New Peasant Economy,” in Maria Lorena Cook, Kevin J. Middlebrook and Juan Molinar, eds., The Politics of Economic Restructuring: State-Society Relations and Regime Change in Mexico, La Jolla: UCSD, Center for U.S.- Mexican Studies, 1994  (en español)

Jonathan Fox, The Politics of Food in Mexico: State Power and Social Mobilization, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1992

Jonathan Fox, “Popular Participation and Access to Food: Mexico’s Community Food Councils,” in Scott Whiteford and Ann Ferguson, eds., Harvest of Want: Struggles for Food Security in Central America and Mexico, Boulder: Westview Press, 1991  (en español)

Jonathan Fox and Gustavo Gordillo, “Between State and Market: The Campesinos’ Quest for Autonomy in Rural Mexico,” in Wayne Cornelius, Judith Gentleman, and Peter Smith, eds., Mexico’s Alternative Political Futures, La Jolla: Center for U.S.- Mexican Studies, 1989 (2nd printing, 1990)  (en español)

Jonathan Fox, “La dinámica del cambio en el Sistema Alimentario Mexicano, 1980-1982,” in Julio Moguel, ed., La historia de la cuestión agraria mexicana, Vol. 9, Mexico: Siglo XXI Editores/Centro de Estudios del Agrarismo en Mexico, 1990 (part 1, part 2)

James Austin and Jonathan Fox, “State-Owned Enterprises as Food Policy Implementors,” in James Austin and Gustavo Esteva, eds., Food Policy in Mexico: The Search for Self-Sufficiency, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1987

James Austin, Jonathan Fox and Walter Kruger, “The Role of the Revolutionary State in the Nicaraguan Food System,” World Development, 13(1), 1985

James Austin and Jonathan Fox, “Food Policy,” in Thomas Walker, ed., Nicaragua: The First Five Years, New York: Praeger, 1985

Jonathan Fox, “Agrarian Reform and Populist Politics: A Discussion of Stephen Sanderson’s Agrarian Populism and the Mexican State,” Latin American Perspectives, 12(3), 1985