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The Caribbean Banana Trade: From Colonialism to by Peter Clegg (auth.)

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The Imperial Economic Committee Report of 1926 The Imperial Economic Committee was established by the short-lived Labour goverment of 1924, headed by Ramsay MacDonald, which was sympathetic to Colonial demands that access to UK markets should be improved. The terms of reference for the Imperial Economic Committee were To consider the possibility of improving the methods of preparing for market and marketing within the UK the food products of the overseas parts of the Empire with a view to increasing the consumption of such products in the UK in preference to imports from foreign countries, and to promote the interests both of producers and consumers.

In addition, the close relationship between strategy and status has been criticized by Jordan, Maloney and McLaughlin (1992), as assuming too much in that pursuing an insider strategy is sometimes not sufficient to achieve insider status. Jordan, Maloney and McLaughlin suggest that ‘the key variable is that of resources’ which can cover ‘knowledge, technical advice or expertise, membership compliance or consent, credibility, information, implementation guarantees’. In their view, ‘The logic of accommodation leads inevitably to certain behavioural norms.

The actors within the inner circle ‘are intimately involved in policy making on a day-today basis, whereas the secondary community includes groups which have access to the department only when an issue which specifically affects them is being considered’ (Smith, 1992, p. 31). Within the context of the study there is an assessment of what effect membership of the EEC, and later the Single European Act, had on the relative position of the inner and outer circle of members traditionally involved in the UK banana trade.

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