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European Association of Agricultural Economists (EAAE)

170th EAAE Seminar

170th EAAE Seminar

May 15-17, 2019 Montpellier, France

Program
170th EAAE Seminar programme in PDF
List of Participants in pdf

Wednesday, May 15

8H45-9H15 Welcome coffee - Hall Philippe Lamour

9h15-9h30 Seminar introduction - Building 9

9H30-11H00  Plenary session -
Paule Moustier and Pr Thomas Reardon - Changes and permanence in African and Asian Food systems

11H00 -11H30 Coffee break - Hall Philippe Lamour

11H30-13H00 Parallel sessions

Session 1. Building 11. room 101 - Farmers' participation in producers' organizations
What drives the participation in cooperatives and producer organizations in the agro-food sector? Evidences from  Italy based on a TCE approach
Stefano Ciliberti, Angelo Frascarelli, Gaetano Martino
The effects of the participation in producer organizations on the performance of dairy farmers in the Czech Republic and future challenges
Tomas Ratinger, Iveta Boskova, Samuel Ahado
Does farmer organization always affect farmers’ income positively? The case of Hoa Vang sticky rice in Vietnam
Huaiyu Wang, Dao The Anh, Paule Moustier
 
Session 2. Building 11. room 102 - Governance of local value chains
Sustainable Food Chains and Governance
Laurent Parrot, Yannick Biard, Dieuwke Klaver, Edit Kabré
Biodiversity-based supply chains: a valuable option for the sustainability of the Brazilian Cerrado?
Stéphane Guéneau, Janaina Deane de Abreu Sá Diniz , Tayline Walverde Bispo, Sabina Dessartre Mendonça
Governance structures in organic tomato and sweet pepper value chains in Arusha and Unguja
Shadrack J. Mbapila, Evelyne A. Lazaro, Konstantinos Karantininis
 
Session 3. Building 6. room 2 - Consumers preferences and behavior towards more sustainable food consumption
Moving towards more sustainable food consumption: can we reduce the stigma against frozen and wonky vegetables?
Liesbet Vranken
Tunisian consumer quality perception and preference of dairy products: the importance of health and sustainability
Mohamed Zied Dhraief, Meriem Oueslati Zlaoui, Emna Ouertani, Lamia Arfa, Yemna Raach, Boubaker Dhehibi
The influence of knowledge on consumers’ intention to reduce food waste. Exploring food waste behavior in three European countries using an adapted model of the Theory of Planned Behavior.
Liesbet Vranken
 
Session 4. Building 9. amphi - Food prices changes, trade and food policies
Trade liberalization in time of rising food prices : Evidence from Indonesia during the 2000s
Jérémie Gignoux, Alix Bonargent, Marta Menendez, Akiko Suwa-Eisenmann
Do we need food reserves to avoid disruptions on international grain markets?
Franck Galtier
Inventory Credit to Enhance Food Security in Africa
Tristan Le Cotty, Elodie Maitre d'Hotel, Julie Subervie

13h00-14H15  Lunch

14H15 - 16H15/45 Parallel Sessions

Session 1. Building 11. room 101 - Food and nutrition security in Europe
Market Heterogeneity and The Distributionnal Incidence of Soft-Drink Taxes: Evidence from France
Fabrice Etilé, Sébastien Lecocq,  Christine Boizot-Szantaï
Taxing Sugar and Sugary Products to Reduce Obesity: A CGE Assessment of Several Tax Policies
Lionel Cosnard, David Laborde
Food security and country's institutional environment:  The case of the European Union member states
Aldona Zawojska, Tomasz Siudek
Future challenges to sustainable food and nutrition security in the European Union: A multi model assessment
Stefan Frank, Catharina Latka, Petr Havlík, Michiel van Dijk, Thom Achterbosch, Hao David Cui, Thomas Heckelei, Marijke Kuiper, Markus Kempen, Heinz-Peter Witzke
 
Session 2. Building 11. room 102 - Evolving food consumption in Southeast Asia:  Patterns, Implications and Policy Dilemmas
Understanding how food retail transformations impact diets of the urban poor
Sigrid C.O. Wertheim-Heck, Jessica E. Raneri
Retail supermarkets and their impacts on the relationship between food acquisition patterns and social, economic and demographic characteristics of households – Empirical evidence from Vietnam.
Huong T.T., Burra D.D., De Haan S., Jones A.D., Simioni M., Huynh T.T.T., Lin L.H.
Changing foodscapes in Southeast Asia: what can we learn from urban consumer perceptions and behaviors in Vietnam and Myanmar?
Isabelle Vagneron, Estelle Bienabe, Pierre Ferrand, Theingi Myint, Pham Thi Hanh Tho, Damien Jourdain
Shopping and cross-shopping patterns in an emerging  urban retail market
Hai-Van Tran, Lucie Sirieix
 
Organized session 3. Building 6 room 2 - Quality standards, innovations and farmers' incomes
EU food quality schemes and farm incomes: an empirical investigation
Kathrin Poetschkia, Jack Peerlings, Liesbeth Dries
Comparing the Profit Efficiency of Organic and Conventional Rice Farming in Lao PDR: Using Stochastic Frontier Analysis with a Propensity Score Matching
Lytoua Chialue, Isabelle Vagneron
Does ‘Perfect’ Entail Losses? Grading by Cosmetic Characteristics in China’s Fresh Apple Industry
Xiangping Jia
Can fair trade resolve the “hungry farmer paradox”?
Ninon Sirdey, Sylvaine Lemeilleur
Do private coffee standards ‘walk the talk’ in improving socio-economic and environmental sustainability?
Koen Vanderhaegen, Kevin Teopista Akoyi, Wouter Dekoninck, Rudy Jocqué, Bart Muys, Bruno Verbist, Miet Maertens

16H15 - 17H00 Coffee Break - Hall Philippe Lamour

Thursday, May 16

9H00-10H30 Parallel sessions

Session 1 Building 11. room 101 - Marketing relationships in Europe: fairness and marketing performance
Explaining output price heterogeneity in Dutch horticulture
Evert Los, Cornelis Gardebroek, Ruud Huirne
The Effects of Organic Label on Marketing Performance (Prices, Sales, and Margins)
Jessica Bosseaux, Philippe Aurier, Alain François-Heude
Plural forms and negotiational approaches in bio-energy supply chains
Stefano Pascucci
 
Session 2. Building 11. room 102 - Governance in agri-food chains
Agricultural financing and contract farming
Guillaume Soullier, Paule Moustier
Does "modern" distribution reduce food losses and waste in developing countries? The case of the tomato chain in Cali
Géraldine Chaboud, Paule Moustier
Typology of contract farming arrangements: a transaction cost perspective
Innocent Mugwagwab, Jos Bijmana, Jacques Trienekensaa
 
Organized Session 3. Building 6 room 2 - Digital agriculture and food chains
Understanding the determinants of IT adoption in agriculture using an integrated TAM-TOE model:  A bibliometric analysis
Isabelle Piot-Lepetit, M. Floreza, K. Gauche
Co-construction of innovation processes: What types of innovation networks in digital agriculture?
Boris Biao, Leila Temri, Nina Lachia
Market Information Systems efficiency: questioning access and use before seeking any impact
Hélène David-Benz, Octavio Enriquez Olvera, Abdou Rahim Ouedraogo

10H30 - 11H00 Coffee Break - Hall Philippe Lamour

11H00-12H30 Parallel sessions

Session 1. Building 11. room 101 - Agricultural development, structural transformation and vulnerability
Global Agricultural Value Chains and Structural Transformation
Sunghun Lim
Considering the specific role of agriculture  for structural economic vulnerability of SIDS: A new assessment from DEA based composite indicators.
Maximin Bonnet, Jean-François Hoarau, Stéphane Blancard
Modeling the Emergence of Hysteresis in Agri-food Sectors
Lionel Cosnard
 
Session 2. Building 11. room 102 - Value chains of dairy products
Value chain governance, micro-entrepreneurship, and employment creation in the dairy sector in Burkina Faso
Tuuli Orasmaa, Guillaume Duteurtre, Christian Corniaux
Food policy, meso-institutions and informational constraints: Evidence from cow milk sector in Brazil
Gustavo Magalhães de Oliveira, Maria Sylvia Macchione Saes, Gaetano Martino
Technology Adoption and Value Chains in Developing Countries:  Panel Evidence from Dairy in Punjab
Saule Burkitbayeva, Emma Janssen, Johan Swinnen
 
Session 3. Building 6 room 2 - Gouvernance in the agri-food sector
The politics of make or buy in public food procurement
Emmanuel Raynaud, Yoan Robin
Democratic vs. Skewed Cooperatives:Communication and Decision Authority in Project Management
George Hendrikse
Are dragon-head companies heading agricultural development in China? The case of apple chains.
Jiping Ding, Paule Moustier, Xiangping Jia

12H30 - 13H45 Lunch

13H45-15H00 Poster sessions

Session 1  Hall P. Lamour - Consumers food perceptions, preferences and practices
Sustainable food: What perception do Algerian consumers have?
Chikhi Kamel, Benkhedda Mohammed
Economic appraisl of consumer perception and  preference for organic plantain in Ondo State, Nigeria
Oseni Joseph Olumide, Andehimhen Beauty Edeghonghon
What determines consumers to take their own responsibility for farm animal welfare?
Jeanette Klink Lehmann, Nina Langen, Johannes Simons, Monika Hartmann
Quality attributes valued by a group of consumers  in Brazil short food chains
Andrea Rossi Scalco, Eder Aparecido de Sousa
Fast Foods Restaurants - Wasting Food Much or Not?
Boskova I., Ratinger, T. Vancurova, I., Hebakova, L., Pilecka, J., Kebova, B.
The horse meat market in France
Céline Vial, Sandrine Costa
Is the PEF-based single score a more relevant marker of the environmental footprint of the European food basket?
Lucia Segovia, Saoia Ramos, Maite Cidad, Angela Melado-Herreros, Arne Braems, Steven Van Hemelryck, Veerle Poppe, Liesbet Vranken, Christophe Matthys
Qualitatively assessing urban consumer food practices: the case of Cali, Colombia
Jenny Pena, Laura, Arciniegas, Guy Henry
 
Session 2. Hall P. Lamour - Coordination in food value chains
Marketing cooperatives and vertical coordination: a case study on the challenge of member heterogeneity
Lievens Eewoud, Bonjean Isabelle, Mathijs Erik
Cooperation for sustainability actions along the value chain: insights from the German food industry
Birgit Gassler, Birgit Schulze-Ehlers
Unravelling Flemish fruit farmers' preferences on sales channels and the discrepancy with the actual set of options to farmers
Lievens Eewoud, Bonjean Isabelle, Mathijs Erik
Insertion of the theory of resources and capacities within a cooperative scheme of agricultural production
Rosario Quintero, Sophie Drogué, Leila Temri
Mapping a movement: GIS analysis of spatial distribution of CSA in Germany
Laura A. Carlson
The supply chain governance model of apple and pear clubs: results from a case study in Belgium
Lievens Eewoud, Bonjean Isabelle, Mathijs Erik
Mapping the global food basins to maximise local food
Pekka Kinnunen, Joseph H. A. Guillaume, Maija Taka, Paolo D’odorico, Stefan Siebert, Michael J. Puma
Food safety in domestic supply chains: The role of certification in the Vietnamese vegetable sector
Goedele Van den Broeck

15H00-15H30 Coffee Break - Hall Philippe Lamour

15H30-17H30 Parallel Sessions

Session 1. Building  11 room 101 - Drivers of technological upgrading: Growth poles and value chains gouvernance in developing countries
How do I build my agricultural growth pole?
Emma Tyrou, Vincent Ribier, Guillaume Soullier
Upgrading of the rice value chain in Côte d'Ivoire?
Guillaume Soullier, Patricio Mendez del Villar, Yves-Joel Dirabou, Jérémie Brou Kouadio
Can site-specific extension services improve fertilizer use and yields? Experimental evidence from Nigeria
Oyinbo Oyakhilomen, Chamberlin Jordan, Tahirou Abdoulaye, Vanlauwe Bernard, Kamara Yaya Alpha, Craufurd Peter, Maertens Miet
 
Organized Session 2. Building 11. room 102 - Frontiers, Flexible Livelihoods, and Fickle Commodity Chains: The story of three spices in the Sino‐Vietnamese Borderlands
Nature’s Gift or Unstable Commodity? Dealing with Marginality in the Vietnamese Star Anise Commodity Chain
Matthew Parsfield
Ethnic minority cardamon cultivators, concerns over commodity chain volatility in Northern Vietnam
Sarah Turner
Bastard Spice or the Champagne of Cinnamon? Vietnamese Cassia Navigates the Global Market
Annuska Derks, Sarah Turner, Ngo Thuy Hanh
The Perfect Storm: Extreme Weather Events, Cardamom Production and Commodity Chains in Southwest China
Jean François Rousseau
 
Session 3. Building 6 room 2 - Production and storage choices
Production relations, institutions and cereal production in rural Senegal
Fleur Wouterse, Anatole Goundan, Amy Faye
Modeling interrelated technology adoption decisions in rainfed agriculture in rural Senegal
Anatole Goundan
Inventory Credit as a Commitment Device to Save Grain until the Hunger Season
Tristan Le Cotty, Elodie Maître d'Hôtel, Raphaël Soubeyran, Julie Subervie
Losing from Risk Aversion or Speculations? Off-farm Cold Storage and Intertemporal Marketing of Apple Growers in China
Shaoze Jin, Xiangping Jia,  Harvey S. James, Jr.

19H30 Conference Dinner - Restaurant L'Insensé, 39, bd Bonne Nouvelle 34 000 Montpellier

Friday, May 17

9H00-10H15 Plenary session and closing remarks

Professor Claude Menard - Governing food chains through meso institutions

10H15 - 10H45 Coffee Break - Hall Philippe Lamour

10H45-12H45 Parallel sessions

Organized Session 1. Building 11. room 101 - Building trustful relationships within the value chain
How do agri-food voluntary sustainability standards address social sustainability?
Ninon Sirdey, Emmanuelle Cheyns
PGS certification for agroecological products in Cambodia
Martine François, Lucie Reynaud , Pierre Ferrand
The protection of Geographical Indications in Asia: convergences and challenges
Delphine Marie-Vivien
Building an Intellectual Commons: evidence from the Participatory Guarantee System for agro-ecology label in Morocco
Sylaine Lemeilleur, Sermage, J., Mellouki A.
 
Session 2. Building 11. room 102 - Innovations and involvement in new supply chains by food system stakeholders in Europe
The influence of the farmer and his family on the adoption of short food supply chains
Magali Aubert, Geoffroy Enjolras
Supermarketization process in Lebanon: theoretical approaches
Rachel A. Bahn, Florent Saucede, Fatiha Fort
Organizations and the link with the territory in a sustainable perspective The case of French and Spanish social enterprises in the agricultural - rural development sector and their communities
Myriam Kessari, Magalie Marais, Maryline Meyer, Juliette Peres
Legitimacy of wholesale markets as stakeholders of local food chains
Virginie Baritaux, Carole Chazoule
 
Session 3. Building 6. room 2 - Gouvernance of European agri-food supply chains through voluntary schemes
Voluntary standards as transaction governance: drivers of adoption for non-GMO certification in Europe
Claudio Soregaroli
Responsible investment and responsibility issues in the agri-food sector: a literature review and research agenda
Qiuzhen Chen, Viivi Wanhalinna, Riikka Sievänen, Bert Scholtens, Janne Nikkinen, John Sumelius
Geographical Indications as Global Knowledge commons. A Law and Economics Perspective
Armelle Mazé

12H45 - 14H00 Lunch - Hall Philippe Lamour

Afternoon Field trips