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Impact of Covid-19 Pandemic on Agrifood System and Global Value Chains (GVCs); Perception of China and the World

2021 Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development  
China has been playing a substantial role as both a supply and demand nucleus in traditional trade and simple Agrifood GVC networks.  ...  This paper reviewed the impact of Covid-19 on the Agrifood System and Global Value Chains (GVCs) with respect to China and the world.  ...  Acknowledgement The authors are grateful to the anonymous reviewers for the review process. Funding This work did not receive any special funding.  ... 
doi:10.7176/jesd/12-10-09 fatcat:zh7ogmifnfafnc4hgzotn4ofva

Seven Fundamental Economic Characteristics Exclusivity of Agrifood Supply Chains (part 2)

Thomas L. Sporleder, Michael A. Boland
2013 Èkonomika Regiona  
The seven characteristics are: 1) risk emanating from the biological nature of agrifood supply chains, 2) the role of buffer stocks within the supply chain, 3) the scientific foundation of innovation in  ...  oligopsony, 6) relative market power shifts in agrifood supply chains away from food manufacturers downstream to food retailers, and 7) globalization of agriculture and agri-food supply chains.  ...  Implications abound for the managers of firms in the agrifood supply chain.  ... 
doi:10.17059/2013-4-18 fatcat:kangqckx7rgyri4q5hthsm6ssa

A meta‐analysis on the trust in agrifood supply chains

Michel T. Q. M. Assis, Maria Raquel Lucas, Maria José M. Rainho
2022 Food Frontiers  
The purpose of this article was to carry out a meta-analysis on the relationships of trust among the stakeholders in agrifood supply chains, to obtain data on previous publications as well as to justify  ...  In this sense, the understanding of how trust works in agrifood supply chains is essential to find better paths to improve the functioning of those structures.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We acknowledge the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Food Supply of Brazil for partially financing the present work, bearing the salary of the first author during the research period  ... 
doi:10.1002/fft2.137 fatcat:hdhaoqbmfbgzjiiobf7np3abvu

Agrifood Chains as Complex Systems and the Role of Informality in Their Sustainability in Small Scale Societies

Kim P. Bryceson, Anne Ross
2020 Sustainability  
We review data from two Pacific Island countries—Tonga and Solomon Islands—to demonstrate the need for a more holistic way to think about sustainability in informal agrifood systems in small-scale developing  ...  We demonstrate the value of employing a Hybrid Value Chain Framework for collecting information necessary to understanding how sustainability is constituted in the food systems of small-scale societies  ...  Acknowledgments: We acknowledge the assistance of interviewees in Solomon Islands and Tonga; the research assistance provided by Milton Moloka and Anne Maeda in Solomon Islands; and the help of The Tonga  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12166535 fatcat:4zbbrcnhwrglvjttecxikk5nwm

Methodology for strengthening value chains [chapter]

Ramón Padilla-Pérez, Nahuel Oddone
2017 Rural Industrial Policy and Strengthening Value Chains  
Given the nature of tourism, the actors involved directly and indirectly in the value chain form part of a service supply system in which cooperation is crucial for achieving a fairer distribution of benefits  ...  The subregion thus has an opportunity to expand its intraregional trade in agrifood products by capitalizing upon the supply and demand complementarities that exist among the countries of the subregion  ...  This consortium brought together the knowledge and experience needed to create the new value chain while at the same time helping to consolidate a national structure that could be used to create more chains  ... 
doi:10.18356/025dfd32-en fatcat:ell7lqg3pjadpkn3nmlfymn2zm

Food Supply Chain - Sustainability in Small Milk Industry [chapter]

Simone Beux, Arcione Viagi, Roberto Panizzolo, Martino Cassandro, Nina Waszczynskyj
2016 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
This paper aims to develop a conceptual framework to identify the key characteristics of the Short Food Supply Chain and, moreover, propose a model for the implementation of sustainability in the sector  ...  by adopting the concept of Short Food Supply Chain.  ...  In general, the quality assurance of products in the agrifood chain depends on integration, awareness and collaboration of participants in the supply chain because misconduct can compromise the result  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-51133-7_71 fatcat:bsh4p437vbeffdbarzztnzbbh4

Risk Management in Agri-Food Chain

Hrabrin Bachev
2012 Social Science Research Network  
This paper incorporates the interdisciplinary New Institutional Economics and presents a comprehensive framework for analyzing the risk management in agri-food sector.  ...  Finally, it identifies contemporary opportunities and challenges for risk governance in agri-food chain.  ...  Depending on the costs and efficiency of the specific system of governance in a particular (sub)sector, region, country, supply chain etc. there will be unlike outcome in terms of "residual" risks, and  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2088985 fatcat:rzetqt4i5fdczhua7cz3n65p6u

Contrasting the governance of supply chains with and without geographical indications: complementarity between levels

Marta Fernández-Barcala, Manuel González-Díaz, Emmanuel Raynaud
2017 Supply chain management  
Design/methodology/approach: Employing a case study research design, this paper compares GI vs. non-GI supply chains in the EU and describes the organizational changes that occur in supply chains when  ...  Research limitations/implications: More aspects of supply chain management (the power balance or relationship stability) and a more systematic longitudinal analysis using supply chains in various agrifood  ...  Case study research is increasingly important in agrifood supply chain studies as a means of collecting data and building and testing theory (Fredriksson and Liljestrand, 2015; Shukla and Jharkharia,  ... 
doi:10.1108/scm-05-2016-0161 fatcat:2fdkixgfezaidai742ywwlvfuu

Access to finance in value chains: New evidence from Latin America [chapter]

2014 Global value chains and world trade  
The opinions expressed in this chapter are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of their institutions. 5 Comparative studies between Asia and Europe and Latin America are so  ...  There are several studies focusing on production networks in Asia, in China and Japan.  ...  Case Studies The agrifood industry in Argentina 3 The study of the agrifood industry in Argentina focuses mainly on two sectors: dairy cattle and broiler chickens.  ... 
doi:10.18356/f5b95e08-en fatcat:n32ssvqzyfg3davcultibgiyxe

Global Agrifood Value Chains and Local Poverty Reduction: What Happens to Those Who Don't Plug In?

Han-Hsin Chang, Alisa Di Caprio, Sahara Sahara
2015 Social Science Research Network  
The distribution of farmer participation in a region may result in a case where the upgrading of agrifood supply chains can increase poverty in the absence of policy interventions.  ...  ABSTRACT Structural changes in the global agrifood value chain have transformed food production in developing countries including Indonesia.  ...  Price Reward to Different Quality Attributes 9 5 Robustness Check 10 INTRODUCTION Recent decades have seen a transformation in global agrifood value chains.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2708815 fatcat:vbvgeab6ubcgro6zxvbd3rg4iy

Global Crop Value Chains: Shifts and Challenges in South-North Relations

Stefan Nier, Oliver Klein, Christine Tamásy
2019 Social Sciences  
Based on a literature review, this paper aims at thematically 'organizing' and differentiating the key findings of relevant empirical studies on global crop value chains, with a particular focus on South-North  ...  These issues especially reveal the interdependencies between the Global South and the Global North as a crucial feature of contemporary crop production and distribution systems.  ...  The funders had no role in the design of the study; in the collection, analysis or interpretation of data; in the writing of the manuscript or in the decision to publish the results.  ... 
doi:10.3390/socsci8030085 fatcat:4cezzerilzaudkzqj2hrwxbzfi

3. Quality challenges and opportunities in the pineapple supply chain in Benin [chapter]

D.D.A.A. Arinloye, M.A.J.S. van Boekel
2016 Quality and innovation in food chains  
Acknowledgments This case was developed in the context of NPT projects 262 and 263. The authors thank NUFFIC for their financial support.  ...  Acknowledgements We are grateful to the European Union for funding the INCO-DEV ACACIAGUM Project through which this research was conducted.  ...  in agrifood chains.  ... 
doi:10.3920/978-90-8686-825-4_3 fatcat:wflrsljjnjesljeviq7fhovioa

GTAP-VA: An Integrated Tool for Global Value Chain Analysis

Alessandro Antimiani, Luca Salvatici, Ilaria Fusacchia
2018 Journal of global economic analysis  
and the Rest of the World) and 3 sectors (Manufactures, Agrifood and Services) where a free trade area between the European Union and the United States is simulated.  ...  Global Value Chains (GVCs) have transformed production across a broad range of goods and services worldwide.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the anonymous referees for their helpful comments.  ... 
doi:10.21642/jgea.030202af fatcat:iefa6wf2wffrzcnwfbf5jxmf7q

Relationships within the supply chain: A case study

Adam Lindgreen, Roger Palmer, Jacques Trienekens
2005 Journal on Chain and Network Science  
In line with the literature on business relationships this can be explained by power imbalance and information asymmetry in the supply chain.  ...  Previous studies have indicated that the Dutch pork supply chain can be characterized by general mistrust, but our study indicates that the lack of trust is primarily towards slaughterhouses and retailers  ...  In their agrifood chain study Hobbs and Young (2000) identified a number of contingent factors relevant to the subject of this study, the Dutch pork supply chain, including factors such as perishability  ... 
doi:10.3920/jcns2005.x058 fatcat:43tcjpn6yfhzxm6nj2uc56udkm

Soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merr.) Production in the Cameroonian Cotton Basin between the Dynamics of Structuring an Agricultural Value Chain and Sustainability Issues [chapter]

Eric Joël Fofiri Nzossié, Christophe Bring
2020 Soybean for Human Consumption and Animal Feed  
Over the past ten years, the Cameroonian cotton front, in the Sudano-Sahelian region, has experienced dynamics in soybean production, resulting in significant changes in agro-systems.  ...  on the part of public authorities, now structures a real value chain with challenges for improving farmers' incomes, in a space where more than 80% of working people live from agricultural activities.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors thank the services of the North Regional Delegation for Agriculture and Rural Development for facilitating the gathering of information.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.93981 fatcat:3wdixydcl5b6rl3nxua7md6kzm
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