Interesante entrada sobre este asunto en este blog. Con interesante bibliografía.
Extracto del post.
Another sobering aspect of Hope’s findings is that geography seems to be a real constraint to participation in contract farming. That is, processors do not choose at random the communities where they choose to contract with growers. Rather, they almost always choose communities easily accessible by road and whose agro-ecological conditions favor the production of contracted crops.
Un enlace al paper sobre el que habla, sobre un caso de Nicaragua y Walmart.