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Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security, Aspects of Euro-Mediteranean Business Cooperation, edited by Konstadinos Mattas, George Baourakis, Constantin Zopounidis

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Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security, Aspects of Euro-Mediteranean Business Cooperation, edited by Konstadinos Mattas, George Baourakis, Constantin Zopounidis
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security
Medium
electronic resource
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Responsibility statement
edited by Konstadinos Mattas, George Baourakis, Constantin Zopounidis
Series statement
Cooperative Management,, 2364-401X
Sub title
Aspects of Euro-Mediteranean Business Cooperation
Summary
This book brings together research on cooperative management from the agriculture and food sector. By examining issues from food-policy, trade and environmental perspectives and presenting both methodological and empirical work, it allows readers to develop a deeper understanding of collective management processes and cooperative initiatives, and provides a theoretical background for promoting research in the various sectors in which market communities operate. On a more global level the offers insights into how to building powerful tools for decision making, particularly at a time when agriculture and the economy alike are affected by a volatile political, social and economical environment and are forced to undergo major structural changes
Table Of Contents
Towards a more democratic and sustainable food system the reflexive nature of solidarity purchases groups and the migrants’ social cooperative “Barikamà” in Rome -- Role of Buffalo production in Sustainable Development of Rural Regions -- What Does the Young Generation Want to Eat and Do for Being Healthy from the Perspective of Today and the Future? -- Tourist's behaviour towards local Cretan food -- Exploring-valuing alternative distribution channels a systematic literature review of the agri-food sector -- Opportunities of price risk limitation in horticultural sector in Poland -- Willingness to Pay for Malaria Prophylaxis in Ethiopia -- Alternative Distribution Channels of Fruits and Vegetables -- Evaluation of irrigation efficiency effect on groundwater level variation by MODFLOW and WEAP models: a case study from Tuyserkan plain, Hamedan, Iran
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