Cooperative strategies and value creation in sustainable food supply chain.

Proceedings of the 54th SIDEA Conference - 25th, SIEA Conference Bisceglie/Trani, September 13th - 16th 2017

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Cooperative strategies and value creation in sustainable food supply chain. Proceedings of the 54th SIDEA Conference - 25th, SIEA Conference Bisceglie/Trani, September 13th - 16th 2017
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This book contains the proceedings of the LIV Conference SIDEA and the XXV Convention SIEA, with the formula of a joint Conference titled “Cooperative strategies and value creation in sustainable food supply chain”. Cooperation in all its forms represents a valuable paradigm to define new horizons of development and build new organizational models of value creation according to a sustainable approach not referred to a single unit, but to the entire supply chain. The thematic areas have allowed us to investigate the issue in all its aspects, starting from the analysis of the main production and consumption models, up to organizational models, forms of territorial, sectoral and environmental cooperation, and policies with which to add value to the supply chain.

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This book contains the proceedings of the LIV Conference SIDEA and the XXV Convention SIEA, which were organized by the Department of Economics of the University of Foggia, for the first time, with the formula of a joint Conference titled "Cooperative strategies and value creation in sustainable food supply chain", held in Bisceglie-Trani, from September 13th to 16th, 2017.
Cooperation in all its forms represents a valuable paradigm to define new horizons of development and build new organizational models of value creation according to a sustainable approach not referred to a single unit, but to the entire supply chain. Consequently, research perspectives affect the value added distribution issues along the value chain, the agricultural supply regulation, the social responsibility, the ability to offer a higher degree of food safety, and the promotion of organizational and social innovation.
Nevertheless, these concepts, which are valid in themselves, risk being infected by an exasperating interpretation of the current productivist logic and, thus, lose sight of the same value of those cooperative strategies and of the logic of fair distribution of the value, generated within the agri-food supply chains, and that this conference has debated.
Compared to all this, Italian agricultural economists wanted to reflect on how to bring the issue of cooperation back to the centre of economic logic and the governance of agri-food supply chains, also in relation to the use of environmental factors, which must be increasingly aimed at respecting the principles and values of the circular economy.
In this framework, the thematic areas, in which the First Joint SIDEA-SIEA Conference were structured, have allowed us to investigate the issue in all its aspects, starting from the analysis of the main production and consumption models, up to organizational models, forms of territorial, sectoral and environmental cooperation, and policies with which to add value to the supply chain.

Francesco Contò is full professor of Agricultural Economics and Director of the Department of Economics of the University of Foggia.

Mariantonietta Fiore is aggregate professor of Agricultural Economics at the Department of Economics of the University of Foggia.

Piermichele La Sala is aggregate professor of Agricultural Economics at the Department of Economics of the University of Foggia.

Roberta Sisto is associate professor of Agricultural Economics at the Department of Economics of the University of Foggia.

Indice

Presentation
Prefazione
Introduction
Premessa
Federica Gasbarro, Fabio Iraldo, Tiberio Daddi, Changing the dominant strategy of the climate prison: The case of resilience improvement in three clusters within the IRIS Project
Gaetano Martino, Decision rights, organizational choices and cooperation in agrifood value chains
Rinaldo Grittani, Alessandro Bonifazi, Arturo Casieri, The role of social agriculture in periurban areas: The case of Bari
Roberta Moruzzo, Cristiano Rossignoli, Francesco Di Iacovo, Collaborative approaches in rural transition: Implication from the case of social farming
Francesco Di Iacovo, Roberta Moruzzo, Cristiano Rossignoli, Social farming and policies, between social innovation and path dependency
Carmela De Vivo, Michela Ascani, Marco Gaito, Social farming and inclusion in EU ESI funds programming
Francesca Giarè, Patrizia Borsotto, Ilaria Signoriello, The socio and working inclusion of disadvantaged people in agriculture: The "model" of Social Farming in Italy
Nicola Faccilongo, Piermichele La Sala, Gianluca Gariuolo, Leonardo Di Gioia,
Models of management and organization of farms in social agriculture
Lucia Piani, Valentina Guerra, The solidarity economy in local governance systems
Adriano Ciani, Donatello Caruso, The role of agritourism as a tool to improve agriculture activity and driver toward the smart communities and smart territories
M. Assunta D'Oronzio, Domenica Ricciardi, The LEADER method in Basilicata: Added value and innovative contribution
Rosa Maria Fanelli, Matthew Gorton, Pattanapong Tiwasing, Jeremy Phillipson, Francesca Cuna, Giuseppe Cutillo, The impact of new technologies on competitiveness and productivity of rural SMEs: A Cross-Country exploration survey
Davide Marino, Vincenzo Giaccio, Luigi Mastronardi, Agostino Giannelli, Alfonso Scardera, Do rural policies impact on-farm diversification in Italy? The case study of agritourism
Federica Cisilino, Francesco Vanni, The Agri-environmental Collective Actions in the Rural Development Policy 2014-2020: Exploring Italian Stakeholders' perspective
Dario Musolino, Vincenzo Crea, Claudio Marcianò, Agri-food entrepreneurship in rural and peripheral contexts: A quali-quantitative investigation in the Tyrrhenian side of the province of Reggio Calabria
Laura Viganò, Alberto Sturla, Organic Supply Chains: Which contribute to the territorial social responsibility
Adele Coppola, Sara Ianuario, Corporate Social Responsibility in Italian agri-food firms: The relationship between CSR actions and firm's performance
Mauro Viccaro, Benedetto Rocchi, Mario Cozzi, Severino Romano, A Social Accounting Matrix for a Structural Analysis of the Basilicata's Agrifood Sector
Giuseppe Timpanaro, Paolo Guarnaccia, Giovanni Dara Guccione, Dario Macaluso, Gabriella Ricciardi, Immigrants in agricultural sector in Sicily: The experience of "SICILIA INTEGRA" project
Claudia Giordano, Luca Falasconi, Fabrizio Alboni, Matteo Boschini, Andrea Segrè, Do retailers' special offers increase household food waste?
Silvio Franco, Clara Cicatiello, Over-nutrition: Revealing the dark side of food waste
Emilio De Meo, Fabrizio Baldassarre, Raffaele Campo, Food waste: A survey about consumers and their attitudes
Fabio De Menna, Jennifer Davis, Karin Östergren, Nicole Unger, Marion Loubiere, Matteo Vittuari, Combining life cycle assessment and costing for food waste prevention and valorization
Maurizio Prosperi, Roberta Sisto, Mariarosaria Lombardi, Use of the organic fraction of municipal solid waste for the production of bioplastics for agricultural use: A supply chain study
Oriana Gava, Daniele Vergamini, Elena Favilli, Fabio Bartolini, Gianluca Brunori, Understanding biomass supply for a territorial biorefinery
Rosanna Salvia, Zacharoula S. Andreopoulou, Giovanni Quaranta, The circular economy: A broader perspective for rural areas
Maurizio Prosperi, Tommaso Albano, Antonio Lopolito, Opportunities for agriculture to meet the energy needs of rural community: A preliminary study on the feasibility of small-scale biomass heating systems in the Monti Dauni Settentrionali area
Sabrina Giuca, "Enhanced" certification for organic products
Anna Carbone, Roberto Henke, The sophistication of imports and the nature of competition in the destination markets. The case of agri-food trade
Francesco Solfanelli, Danilo Gambelli, Daniela Vairo, Raffaele Zanoli, Value formation in organic supply chains: Angelo Belliggiano, Corrado Ievoli, Danilo Marandola, Luca Romagnoli, Results from case studies for apples and pasta in Italy Cooperating for sustainability: The role of farmers' networks in spreading Conservation Agriculture practices beyond No-Till in Italy
Angela Mariuccia Andriano, Roberto Rana and Caterina Tricase, The use of edible coating and films in sweet cherry market: An opportunity for enterprise
Ruggiero Sardaro, Vincenzo Fucilli, Bernardo de Gennaro, Francesco Bozzo, Luigi Roselli, Sustainability of precision viticulture: An economic assessment of the adoption of UAV technology in vineyard management
Anna Irene De Luca, Teodora Stillitano, Nathalie Iofrida, Giacomo Falcone, Giovanni Gulisano, Alfio Strano, Comparing organic and conventional olive growing. A Socio-economic evaluation in a life cycle perspective
Luigi Roselli, Giacomo Giannoccaro, Domenico Carlucci, Bernardo De Gennaro, Exploring Italian olive oil consumers' purchasing behaviour: Interactions between geographical indication and organic labels
Maria Bonaventura Forleo, Luca Romagnoli, Nadia Palmieri, Angela Di Nocera, Assessing the efficiency of the Italian aquaculture cooperatives
Samuele Trestini, Carlotta Penone, Stock prices transmission to agricultural markets in Italy
M. Antonietta Lepellere, T. F. Margherita Chang, Luca Iseppi, Maurizio Droli, Have the eating habits of EU consumers undergone structural changes? A new model for tracking long-term turning points (1961-2013)
Gabriele Chiodini, Stefano Ciliberti, Angelo Frascarelli, The impact of the CAP on organizational arrangements in Italy
Francesca Galli, Laura Fastelli, Lucia Palmioli, Francesco Di Iacovo, Gianluca Brunori, Small farming role to food and nutrition security in food systems: A case study in Tuscany
Adele Finco, Deborah Bentivoglio, Giorgia Bucci, How Regional Clusters can foster the innovation? Links and drivers related to innovative output in the agrifood sector
Gianluigi De Pascale, Fedele Colantuono, Piermichele La Sala, Francesco Contò, Regional nodes in European areas to boost innovation transfer and knowledge uptake. A social network analysis of building relationships in "Short food supply chain Knowledge and Innovation Network (SKIN)" - H2020 Project
Biagia De Devitiis, Alessandro Muscio, Gianluca Nardone, Fabio Santeramo, Antonio Stasi, Rosaria Viscecchia, Health innovation: The determinants of the adoption of active and intelligent packaging in fresh-cut fruit and vegetables
Dario G. Frisio, Vera Ventura, Naturally GM: The development of New Breeding Techniques through patent data analysis
Elena Favilli, Gianluca Brunori, Supporting interactive approach and cooperation in agricultural innovation: Methods and tools within the EU policy context
Adriano Ciani, The territorial management contracts: Sharing solution of sustainable management and promotion of territory
Luca Camanzi, Giorgia Bartoli, Giulio Malorgio, Vertical coordination and contracts in the pork industry: Focus on the "Gran Suino Italiano" inter-branch organization in Italy
Caterina Benvenuto, Lucia Piani, Alternative food networks in West Cork (Ireland)
Ivana Bassi, Elisabetta Peccol, Territorial cooperation for rural development: Planning tools in the current EU programming period
Alba Distaso, Toward a new cooperative model: The community cooperation
Eleonora Chinchio, Samuele Trestini, Feasibility of a mutual fund to stabilise the income of farms belonging to a dairy cooperative
Graziella Benedetto, Donatella Carboni, Tourism Carrying Capacity (TCC) as a basic model in governance of inland and coastal areas
Barbara Pancino, Emanuele Blasi, Angelo Martella, Nicolò Passeri, How adaptive governance can generate effective local adaptation plans
Maurizio Droli, Improving food supply chain sustainability through decreasing its greenhouse gas emissions: A pilot-study
Maurizio Canavari, Silvia Coderoni, Loris Giuliodori, Elena Visi, Consumer stated preferences for environmental labels: Two case studies in the dairy sector
Daniela Toccaceli, Konstantinos Karantininis, Gaetano Martino, Alessandro Pacciani, Agri-food Cooperatives in a meso-institutional perspective: Conceptual framework and empirircal analysis of the Italian case
Vasco Boatto, Luigino Barisan, Luigi Galletto, Laura Onofri, Cooperative as transaction costs minimizing structures: An empirical application to the Treviso prosecco wineries
Veronica Alampi Sottini, Maria Cipollaro, Sara Fabbrizzi, The role of the raw materials in the development of a Tuscan craft beer chain
Antonella Cammarelle, Mariarosaria Lombardi, Rosaria Viscecchia, Honey prodaction process: Market and innovation
Federica Monaco, Guido Sali, Daniele Bassi, Integrated food supply chains: The case of variety clubs in the fruit sector
M. Assunta D'Oronzio, Manuela Pascarelli, Supply chain in Basilicata: An opportunity for development and cooperation
Claudio Nigro, Roberta Sisto, Enrica Iannuzzi, Gianluca Nardone, Italian consumers' attitudes toward alternative food made with insects as ingredients
Luca Iseppi, Enrico Gori, T. F. Margherita Chang, Entomophagy: Real opportunity or illusion?
Federico Nassivera, Franco Rosa, Mario Taverna, Luca Iseppi, Sunflower oil: From commodity to functional food for new customers and markets
Eugenio Demartini, Anna Gaviglio, Piermichele La Sala, Mariantonietta Fiore, Sugarcoating food technologies. The effect of different informative messages on consumers' acceptance of longlife fish fillet.