Richard Le Heron, Christina Stringer's Agri-Food Commodity Chains and Globalising Networks (The PDF

By Richard Le Heron, Christina Stringer

ISBN-10: 0754673367

ISBN-13: 9780754673361

ISBN-10: 0754693767

ISBN-13: 9780754693765

In the overseas agri-food neighborhood a minimum of 4 theoretical ambitions are attracting expanding recognition. they're: the confirmed notions of community and commodity chain which are being revisited in terms of serious engagement knowledgeable by means of the insights of intensive empirical paintings, the metrics of calculation and institutional embedding that underpin the increase and performance of governance applied sciences, where of neighborhood networking in developing stipulations that make attainable agri-food manufacturer participation in neighborhood provisioning and provide, and the geo-historical dimensions of interconnection and interdependency within the agri-food sphere. This quantity brings jointly an interdisciplinary group of anthropologists, economists, buinsess and administration teachers and geographers to ascertain quite a lot of case reviews illustrating a number of agri-food commodity chains and networks worldwide and to debate how those hyperlink globally.

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Agribusiness and Poverty Reduction 25 The poverty reducing effects of the formation of agribusiness value chains depend mainly on the governance structures within the chain and the barriers to entry at its upstream ends. Both factors can only analytically be separated from each other, in reality and especially in the dynamic perspectives they are closely interrelated. In the early work of Gereffi and others (Gereffi and Korzeniewicz 1994) on global commodity chains, there seemed to be a clear-cut division between winners (the industrialised countries of the North) and losers (the developing countries) in the formation of global commodity chains.

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Freezer boats use powerful lights to attract the squid at night. Although lights can also be attached to ski-boats, these are much less powerful. According to one of the few remaining ski boat owners, the powerful lights on freezer boats effectively attract the squid ‘right from under my boat’ (interviews). Traditionally, the transformation of the squid sector is described in terms of ‘fleet evolution’. From the late 1980s, according to this account, the industry shifted its market focus – from squid as bait to high value export commodity – and in technology – from ski-boats and deck boats to sophisticated freezer vessels with high-technology fish finding equipment.

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