Dr David Burch
Room 440, Level 4,
Michie Building (#9), St Lucia Campus
Currently, Professor Burch is engaged in collaborative research into the financialisation of food and agriculture, power relationships along the agri-food supply chain, corporations and agriculture in Southeast Asia, and the role of supermarkets in the global food system.
Before entering Sussex University as a mature student in 1968, Professor Burch was apprenticed in the printing industry in London, and then trained as a graphic designer. In 1976, he was appointed as lecturer in the Science, Technology and Society program at Griffith University, in Brisbane, where he remained until his retirement in 2009.
The Political Economy of Food and Agriculture; Agriculture and Social Change in the Less Developed Countries.
Burch, D. and Lawrence, G. (2010), ‘The Wellness Phenomenon: Implications for Global food Systems’, in G. Lawrence, K. Lyons and T. Wallington (eds), Food Security, Nutrition and Sustainability, Earthscan, London.
Burch, D. and Lawrence, G. (2009), ‘Towards a Third Food regime: Behind the Transformation’, Agriculture and Human Values, Vol. 26, No. 4.
Pritchard, W., Burch, D. and Lawrence, G. (2007). “Neither ‘Family’ Nor ‘Corporate’ Farming: Australian Tomato Growers as Farm Family Entrepreneurs”, Journal of Rural Studies, 23, pp.75-87.
Burch, D. and Lawrence, G. (eds) (2007), Supermarkets and Agri-food Supply Chains: Transformations in the Production and Consumption of Foods, Edward Elgar, London.
Burch, D. (2005) ‘Production, Consumption and Trade in Poultry: Corporate Linkages and North-South Supply Chains’, in N. Fold and W. Pritchard, Fold, Cross-continental Food Chains, Routledge, London.
Burch, D. and Goss, J. (2005) ‘Regionalisation, Globalisation and Multinational Agribusiness: A Comparative Perspective from Southeast Asia’ in R. Rama (ed), Multinational Agribusiness, Haworth Press, New York.
Pritchard, W. and Burch, D. (2003) Agri-food Globalisation in Perspective: Restructuring in the Global Tomato Processing Industry, Ashgate Publishing, Aldershot.