Disentangling the relationships between denomination of origin regulatory councils activities and Spanish wineries' export performance
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by Nicolás Depetris‐Chauvin, Marta Fernández‐Olmos
2d ago
Abstract World markets for quality differentiated agri-food products are highly competitive, presenting significant challenges for firms aiming to compete effectively. Government agencies and business organizations often implement various export promotion policies to address these challenges. This paper explores the role of Denomination of Origin Regulatory Councils in the export activities of Spanish wineries. Hypotheses are developed based on the Resource-Based View and Institutional-Based View, considering divergent theoretical predictions. Empirical findings from a comprehensive sample of ..read more
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Do outgrower schemes enhance technology adoption and productivity? Evidence from maize farmers in Northern Ghana
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by Dominic Tasila Konja, Awudu Abdulai
1w ago
Abstract Nucleus outgrower schemes are contractual arrangements where well-resourced large-scale farmers (nucleus farmers) are empowered by development support agencies to take charge of smallholder farmers, by providing them with market access and the necessary training on agronomic practices and farm inputs for production. In this study, we examine the impact of participation in outgrower scheme on technology adoption and farm productivity, using data from 634 smallholder maize farmers in Northern Ghana. We use the linear regression with endogenous treatment effects model to account for both ..read more
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Impacts of geopolitics and policy on Latin American biodiversity and water resources
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by Jerome Dumortier, Amani Elobeid, Miguel Carriquiry
2w ago
Abstract Latin America is a major agricultural producer with important natural resources. Efforts have been made to protect sensitive areas but are hindered by agricultural trade disruptions outside the control of individual countries due to globally integrated crop markets. This analysis assesses the effects of two trade shocks, that is, the war in Ukraine and vehicle decarbonization in the United States (US), on biodiversity and water resources in Latin America. Results show that an increase in maize and wheat exports from the region triggered by the war in Ukraine negatively affects biodive ..read more
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The impact of the Russia–Ukraine war on stock prices, profits and perceptions in the food supply chain
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by Julia Höhler, Ivo Harmens, Alfons Oude Lansink
3w ago
Abstract The Russian invasion of Ukraine in February 2022 had profound consequences for the global economy. As both countries are major commodity exporters, the food value chain was also affected. This study investigates the impact of the invasion on stock prices, profitability and sentiments of agribusinesses along the food supply chain by using an event study, financial data, and a sentiment analysis of annual reports. Overall, the findings show that firms in the food value chain were negatively impacted, with regional and sector-specific differences. Agribusiness firms in Europe and Japan w ..read more
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Are all meats substitutes? A basket‐and‐expenditure‐based approach
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by Clinton L. Neill, Logan L. Britton
3w ago
Abstract This study examines the relationship among animal-based meat and plant-based meat alternatives (PBMAs) using a basket-and-expenditure-based choice experiment. In particular, we examine whether animal-based meat products are substitutes or complements with PBMAs. Further, we incorporate consumer beliefs about their diet and environmental attitudes into the analysis. What we find is that PBMAs are not substitutes but rather complements or independent from one another. We also find that environmental and diet beliefs positively contribute to consumer utility for plant-based alternatives ..read more
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European Union–Mercosur Accord's effects on Brazilian milk powder
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by Krisley Mendes
1M ago
Abstract Milk is one of the few agricultural products in which Brazil is not competitive. The domestic market is served by domestic production and imports from Argentina and Uruguay. The Mercosur–European Union Biregional Association Agreement provides for the elimination of tariffs and the harmonization of nontariff measures between the parties. Because the EU is one of the most competitive regions in the world market for powdered milk, this study analyzes the effects of the agreement on the links in this production chain in the Brazilian market. A constant, nested, multisectoral, and ve ..read more
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An examination of trends in U.S. orange and grapefruit juice consumption
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by Hayden Stewart, Diansheng Dong, Anne T. Byrne
1M ago
Abstract The average U.S. consumer has been drinking less orange and less grapefruit juice over time. Per capita consumption is down more than 50% since the mid-2000s. In this study, we propose and estimate a count data model. The number of times an adult consumes 100% orange or 100% grapefruit juice over a 2-day period is modeled as a function of income, product prices, and some characteristics of the consumer such as level of education, being on a diet, and taking nutrient supplements that proxy for health concerns and nutrition knowledge. Data used in the study were collected between Januar ..read more
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Swedish farmers' approval of nudges
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by Liesbeth Colen, Leon Englberger, Jens Rommel
1M ago
Abstract Interest in the use of behavioral policy approaches, such as nudges, has strongly increased over the past years, including in the domains of food, agricultural and environmental policies. While the approval of nudges among the general public has been studied extensively, we know little about the attitude of farmers toward nudging. Farmers may (perceive to) be affected directly by food and agriculture nudges, which may result in different approval as compared to citizens. Moreover, given the increased interest in the use of nudges targeting farm behavior, it is relevant to know their a ..read more
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Dynamic interdependence between ethanol and biofuel‐related agricultural commodities—cDCC‐FIAPARCH approach
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by Dejan Živkov, Boris Kuzman, Papić‐Blagojević Nataša
1M ago
Abstract Biofuel production is one of the key topics in today's world, which inevitably raises the question of the relationship between ethanol and agricultural commodities. The nexus between corn and ethanol is well known in the literature, but the link involving other biofuel feedstocks is relatively poorly explored. Therefore, this paper research the dynamic nexus between ethanol and five agricultural commodities using the cDCC-FIAPARCH model, while two additional analyses complement the main results. Dynamic conditional correlation between ethanol and corn is the highest and reaches an ave ..read more
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Volatility analysis and forecasting of vegetable prices using an ARMA‐GARCH model: An application of the CF filter and seasonal adjustment method to Korean green onions
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by Yiyang Qiao, Byeong‐il Ahn
1M ago
Abstract The vegetable market experiences significant price fluctuations due to the complex interplay of trend, cyclical, seasonal, and irregular factors. This study takes Korean green onions as an example and employs the Christiano–Fitzgerald filter and the CensusX-13 seasonal adjustment methods to decompose its price into four components: trend, cyclical, seasonal and irregular fluctuations. To estimate the price volatility and forecast future prices, we apply an ARMA-GARCH model and use various statistical measures to assess the prediction accuracy. The empirical results demonstrate the eff ..read more
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