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Agricultural Value Chain

Edited by Gokhan Egilmez

University of New Haven

This book covers the agricultural value chain issues that occur in different parts of the world and aims to increase our understanding about the sustainable agricultural value chain paradigm. By reading through these chapters, the readers will witness various interesting, sometimes sad, commonalities among different regions of the world, where smallholder farmers and producers are severely affected by various agricultural policy deficiencies or mistakes and inexistences. The book consists of 14 chapters, which comprehensively cover over 20 agricultural products from more than 15 different regions of the world. Various qualitative and quantitative research methods are presented including surveys, case studies, interviews, price transmission, risk analysis, and multiagent system technology.

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Agricultural Value ChainEdited by Gokhan Egilmez

Published: April 26th 2018

DOI: 10.5772/65199

ISBN: 978-1-78923-007-9

Print ISBN: 978-1-78923-006-2

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83881-242-3

Copyright year: 2018

Books open for chapter submissions

20127 Total Chapter Downloads

16 Crossref Citations

6 Web of Science Citations

22 Dimensions Citations


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1. Agriculture Value Chain as an Alternative to Increase Better Income’s Distribution: The Case of Indonesia

By Adi Djoko Guritno


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2. SamenMarkt®, a Proposal for Restoring Trust in the Horticultural Fresh Food Market by Using Multi-Agent System Technology

By Olaf van Kooten, Caroline Nevejan, Frances Brazier, Michel Oey and Coen Hubers


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3. Citrus Value Chain(s): A Survey of Pakistan Citrus Industry

By Muhammad Imran Siddique and Elena Garnevska


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4. The Value Aspect of Reallocating Seafood Freight from Road to Sea Transport

By Per Engelseth, Irina V. Karlsen, Shulin Huang and Arild Hoff


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5. Agricultural Diversification in Japan

By Makoto Hirano


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6. Dairy Value Chain In Vietnam: Evidences from Bavi Area

By Nguyen Viet Khoi, Hoang Thi Hai Yen, Tong Van Khai, Nguyen Tien Duc and Dang Thi Phuong Hoa


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7. Soybean Agribusiness in Argentina (1990–2015): Socio- Economic, Territorial, Environmental, and Political Implications

By Sebastián Gómez Lende and Guillermo Velázquez


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8. Agricultural Market Integration in the Commonwealth of Independent States: What Are the Main Driving Forces and Challenges?

By Ivan Djuric, Linde Götz, Miranda Svanidze and Thomas Glauben


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9. The Struggles of Smallholder Farmers: A Cause of Modern Agricultural Value Chains in South Africa

By Wolfgang Johann von Loeper, Scott Drimie and James Blignaut


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10. Integration of Small Farmers into Value Chains: Evidence from Eastern Europe and Central Asia

By Jon H. Hanf and Taras Gagalyuk


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11. Economic Synergies from Tighter Agri-Business and Coal Seam Gas Integration

By Syeda U. Mehreen and Jim R. Underschultz


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12. Collaboration in Agri-Value Chains: Building Supplier Production Capabilities for Productivity Gains

By Michael Mugabira and Richard Chivaka


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13. A Review of Supply Chain Prices Analyses with Emphasis on Perishable Markets

By Fabio Gaetano Santeramo and Leonardo Di Gioia


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14. Gendered Dimensions of Key Value Chains in Southwestern Morocco

By Shinan N. Kassam, Patricia Biermayr-Jenzano, Boubaker Dhehibi and Aden Aw-Hassan


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