The international seminar, organised by the Department of Agricultural Economics and Engineering of the Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna, has been endorsed by the European Association of Agricultural Economists (EAAE) as its 105th seminar. It is organised also under the patronage and with the financial support of the Italian Ministry of Agricultural and Forestry Policies. The seminar will discuss and analyse a broad range of research issues in the fields of marketing, trade, and sustainable development that are raised by the global commerce of Quality Food Products (QFP) between different regional markets (e.g. EU-Asia). Focal areas include: organic food, local and traditional food specialities, functional foods, branding of quality food, food complying with religious dietary prescriptions, and intellectual property rights protection issues, all seen in an international perspective. The scope of the seminar does not include issues related to commodities, that is, non-differentiated goods. Topics related to marketing and trade of quality food products (e.g. organic, unique, functional, etc.) in an international perspective may be eligible for a contribution. Examples of specific aspects that may be taken into consideration are the following: * Development of international trade of organic food * Tourism, immigration, global communications and their effect on trade of QFP * Impact of sanitary and phytosanitary regulations on QFP trade * Intellectual property rights, WTO, and QFP * Role of SMEs in the development of QFP markets * Role of geographical indications in trade of QFP * Diffusion of geographical indication policies and schemes in non EU Countries * Marketing implications of regulatory frameworks in a global QFP market * Impact of relationships management, strategic alliances and strategic networks linking distribution channels for QFP international marketing * Development of quality oriented distribution channels and QFP supply chain management * Quality assurance and certification for foreign QFP * Foreign country-of-origin and area-of-origin effect * Consumer acceptance and willingness to pay for foreign QFP * Impact of international markets for quality/organic products on local markets * Impact of production of differentiated and value-enhanced goods in local communities * Impact of global trade of QFP on Rural Development. Any other topic involving international marketing and trade related issues for QFP may be taken into consideration. Program The seminar invites an international scientific audience from agri-food marketing, business management, economics and trade and any other scientific field with interest in the subject to participate in discussions on this challenging topic. The seminar is based on contributed papers in plenary and concurrent sessions, plus a poster papers session. Website: http://www.bean-quorum.net/EAAE or http://www.eaae105.unibo.it Seminar Proceedings: http://www.eaae105.unibo.it/pdf/EAAE105_Proceedings.pdf

International Marketing and International Trade of Quality Food Products - 105th Seminar of the European Association of Agricultural Economists

CANAVARI, MAURIZIO;REGAZZI, DOMENICO;SPADONI, ROBERTA
2007

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The international seminar, organised by the Department of Agricultural Economics and Engineering of the Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna, has been endorsed by the European Association of Agricultural Economists (EAAE) as its 105th seminar. It is organised also under the patronage and with the financial support of the Italian Ministry of Agricultural and Forestry Policies. The seminar will discuss and analyse a broad range of research issues in the fields of marketing, trade, and sustainable development that are raised by the global commerce of Quality Food Products (QFP) between different regional markets (e.g. EU-Asia). Focal areas include: organic food, local and traditional food specialities, functional foods, branding of quality food, food complying with religious dietary prescriptions, and intellectual property rights protection issues, all seen in an international perspective. The scope of the seminar does not include issues related to commodities, that is, non-differentiated goods. Topics related to marketing and trade of quality food products (e.g. organic, unique, functional, etc.) in an international perspective may be eligible for a contribution. Examples of specific aspects that may be taken into consideration are the following: * Development of international trade of organic food * Tourism, immigration, global communications and their effect on trade of QFP * Impact of sanitary and phytosanitary regulations on QFP trade * Intellectual property rights, WTO, and QFP * Role of SMEs in the development of QFP markets * Role of geographical indications in trade of QFP * Diffusion of geographical indication policies and schemes in non EU Countries * Marketing implications of regulatory frameworks in a global QFP market * Impact of relationships management, strategic alliances and strategic networks linking distribution channels for QFP international marketing * Development of quality oriented distribution channels and QFP supply chain management * Quality assurance and certification for foreign QFP * Foreign country-of-origin and area-of-origin effect * Consumer acceptance and willingness to pay for foreign QFP * Impact of international markets for quality/organic products on local markets * Impact of production of differentiated and value-enhanced goods in local communities * Impact of global trade of QFP on Rural Development. Any other topic involving international marketing and trade related issues for QFP may be taken into consideration. Program The seminar invites an international scientific audience from agri-food marketing, business management, economics and trade and any other scientific field with interest in the subject to participate in discussions on this challenging topic. The seminar is based on contributed papers in plenary and concurrent sessions, plus a poster papers session. Website: http://www.bean-quorum.net/EAAE or http://www.eaae105.unibo.it Seminar Proceedings: http://www.eaae105.unibo.it/pdf/EAAE105_Proceedings.pdf
Canavari M.; Regazzi M.; Spadoni R.
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